Edit A Vro File

A file with the file extension of VRO is a DVD Video Recording Object format file. VRO files are used for recording streaming media from DVD disks. To edit a VRO file, first convert the file to the VOB format and then open the file in a DVD authoring program such as CyberLink PowerDVD 11 or WinDVD. VOB is a format that may be used by DVD authoring applications. Convert the VRO file type to the VOB file type using a conversion program such as the Authoringware DVD Integrator.


Convert VRO to VOB

1. Open a Web browser and navigate to the Authoringware. Click the “Download” link in the upper-right corner of the main page of the site. Download the latest version of the DVD Integrator by clicking on the corresponding link. The file downloads in ZIP format.

2. Double-click on the ZIP file and click “Extract” to extract the installation file for Authoringware.

3. Double-click the “Integrator.exe” file to start the installation routine. Click “Next” throughout the installation, and then click “Finish” to complete the process and close the installation wizard.

4. Open the Authoringware program.

5. Click the “VRO to VOB Converter” tab.

6. Click the “Browse” button in the “Input File” section. A file navigation window opens. Navigate to and click on the VRO file to convert and click “OK.”

7. Click the “Browse” button in the “Output File” section and navigate to a location where the converted file will be saved. The default name of “Output.VOB” is provided by the software. You can change the name by typing a new file name in the place of the “Output” portion of the file name.

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8. Click the “Render” button. The VRO file is converted and saved to the specified location in the output.VOB file.

Open VOB file In DVD Authoring Program

9. Right-click on the output VOB file to show the Windows context menu.

10. Click the “Open With” option in the context menu.

11. Click the option for the installed DVD authoring application. The VOB file opens in the program.

12. Edit the VOB file as needed, and then integrate the file into a DVD project. Burn the project to a DVD disk.