Question about Canon DC210 DVD Camcorder
Use winDVD program to view your .vro files on pc, and you can recode .vro file to .mpeg by using such program Avs video converter....
Posted on Apr 11, 2008
DVD-RWs can be initialised in either VIDEO mode or in VR mode. In your case you have initialised the disc in VR mode - hence the .VRO file extension.
VR mode allows you to edit the disc on the camcorder and is a newer format than VIDEO mode, which is the format used in most films, and which most DVD players 'understand'. VIDEO format cannot be edited on the camcorder, and can be edited on a PC. A VIDEO mode disc has to be finalised before you can use it on a PC.
Use VIDEO mode if you want to upload your video to a PC.
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