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Problem Importing VRO to AVI/iMovie/FCP
Problem Importing VRO to AVI/iMovie/Final Cut Pro/Express for Editing
While you get the DVD disc recorded by the mini-DVD camcorders like Panasonic VDR-D220 or DVD recorders like Panasonic DMR-E50 DVD-RAM and DMR-E80H, you may notice that the videos are saved in .vro files. If you copy the .vro files from DVD disc to Mac computer, and want to import the videos to iMovie, you may face error message saying no match video available, or face the similar problem importing VRO to Final Cut Pro or Final Cut Express.
One of the solutions is to convert the VRO videos to Mac compatible video format, another solution is to convert VRO to AVI on Mac for editing. DV-AVI is generally the format with less compression and quality loss. Aunsoft Video Converter is the right VRO video converter for you to convert VRO to DV-AVI for Mac.
Below is the quick guide for you about how to convert VRO to DV-AVI for iMovie/FCP/FCE on Mac OS X.
Step 1. Import VRO files to Aunsoft Video Converter for Mac.
Insert the DVD disc to Apple DVD-Rom and Run Aunsoft Video Converter for Mac as the best Mac VRO to DV AVI converter. Click the "Add" button to browse the .vro file from the disc on sidebar. Otherwise, you can open the DVD disc folder, drag and drop .vro file from folder to the converter.
Step 2. Choose DV AVI format.
Click the "Format" option, and choose DV > Apple DV NTSC(*.dv) as output format. If your camcorder is PAL mode, you can choose Apple DV PAL(*.dv) as output format. The Mac DVD camcorder VRO video converter will set the frame rate automatically.
Step 3. Convert VRO to DV AVI for Mac.
Click the convert button under the preview window, and the Mac Panasonic VRO video converter will start converting VRO to DV-AVI for iMovie, Final Cut Pro, Final Cut Express.
It is so easy to import VRO to iMovie with the fast conversion from VRO to DV AVI in Aunsoft Video Converter for Mac.
1. Other .avi formats on Aunsoft Video Converter for Mac use a different compression. It is recommended that you choose a profile under the DV group if you would like to output .avi or .dv for playback or editing on Mac.
2. If you would like to edit other Panasonic video camcorders like HDC-TM700/HS700/SD700, Lumix DMC-ZS7/TZ10, you may have a look at the Aunsoft Panasonic camcorder column.
3. If you are using Windows computer, and you can convert VRO to AVI or MPEG with windows version of Aunsoft video converter.
*healthyem (2011-11-02 04:09:05)
Problem Importing VRO to AVI/iMovie/FCP
i know a step by step guide on how to import dvd to fcp at How to Convert DVD to DV for Import DVD to FCP or FCE with ease?
iMovie (including iMoive '08/'09/'11) just supports MPEG-2, DV, HDV, QuickTime Movie and MPEG-4. In order to import DVD to iMovie, you need to rip your DVD disc to one of the above video format (MPEG-4 is recommended). The article will guide you step by step to rip DVDs to iMovie video MPEG-4, rip only a DVD segment or rip a DVD chapter to iMovie, with customize footage and customize size. Then you can freely import movies on the DVD to iMovie '08, iMovie 09, iMovie HD.
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