VRO is a DVD video recording format. If your video-editing or video-player programs cannot read VRO files, convert them to MPG files. An MPG file, often written as MPEG (Moving Picture Experts Group), is a more widely compatible video file format. Many websites offer freeware for file converting, or software that you can use in limited free trials. Look at Dvd-tool.com or soft29.com. Media-convert.com provides a free file converter that requires no software download. Whichever program you use, follow the same basic steps to convert your file.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Things you need
- Video file converter
Open the file-converting software or website.
Click "Add File" or "Choose File" and find the VRO file on your computer you want to convert.
Select "VRO" or ".vro" in the "Input Format" menu. The program might also be able to read the file format automatically.
Select "MPG" or "MPEG-1 (.mpg)" in the "Output Format" or "Target File Format" menu.
Specify an output location on your computer where the new file should be saved if the program asks for one.
Specify a new file name if the program asks for one. If it does not, you will be able to rename the file once it has been converted.
Agree to the programs terms and conditions and then click "OK" or "Convert" to begin converting the file.
Convert VRO to MPG
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