How to import VRO to iMovie with VRO to iMovie Converter for Mac?
A DVD-VR recorded disc contains a 'DVD_RTAV' directory in the root of the filesystem, in which a single 'VR_MOVIE.VRO' file exists, containing the raw audio and video data for all video recordings on the disc.
iMovie is a proprietary video editing software application which allows Mac users to edit their own home movies. Then here is an qusetion that how to import .vro files into iMovie for editing on Mac?
As we know that iMovie is not recongnized the VRO format files, so we need to do is just converting VRO to iMovie supported video formats like MOV, MP4, DV, etc on Mac.
There is the Mac VRO to iMovie Converter which is the best assistant to help Mac users to convert VRO to iMovie. After conversion, they can import VRO into iMovie for further editing on Mac. This convert also can convert VRO to other video formats such as MKV, VOB, FLV, 3GP, MPG, WMV, AVI, etc within several clicks.
Here is the step-by-step guide to quickly convert VRO to iMovie on Mac with the program.
Step 1. Add VRO to iMovie videos to VRO to iMovie Converter for Mac.
Down and run Mac VRO to iMovie Converter, then click "Add" button to upload VRO videos to this program.
Step 2. Choose the output format and set the file destination.
In this step, you can click "Format" to choose the format which you want to convert from the drop list, here we choose .mp4 as output format, then hit the "Browse" to set the destination.
Step 3. Start converting VRO to iMovie on Mac.
Click "Convert" button to convert VRO to iMovie on Mac. You can edit your VRO files, like cropping videos, trimming videos, adding watermark, merging videos, etc to make your videos more personalized and more funny.
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