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IFO --> MPEG

Hi. I used the Panasonic DMR -E85H DVD player to record on a DVD-RAM disc. I would like to edit and eventually upload to YouTube. On my computer, the files on the disc show up as extensions BUP, IFO and VRO. How do I make that into mpeg?

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You need a DVD ripper software, do a search for it on Google and you will find many softwares that will do it (for a price). I have not found any free software for that.

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