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Old Oct 03, 2010, 05:25 AM
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Thumbs up Mac DVD Ripper - Rip DVD to AVI, WMV, MOV, MP4, Divx, H.264 on Mac(Snow Leopard)

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Mac DVD Ripper is powerful and ideal DVD ripper software for Mac users to rip their favorite DVD movies to various video or audio formats. Mac DVD Ripper allows you rip DVD to AVI, rip DVD to MPEG, rip DVD to to MPG, rip DVD to WMV, rip DVD to MOV, rip DVD to FLV, rip DVD to 3GP, etc.

With DVD Ripper for Mac you can rip DVD to audio formats, such as MP3, WMV, AAC, WAV and so on. And enjoy your favorite DVDS by portable devices such as iPod, iPod nano, iPod classic, iPod touch, iPhone, iPhone 3G, PSP, PS3 etc, as well as many other multimedia devices like Apple TV. And enjoy DVDs anywhere anytime.

Mac DVD Ripper is professional software. DVD Ripper for Mac enables you can complete the Mac DVD ripping just in a few clicks. Of course, you can customize your own movie and video by the follow powerful function, merge several files into one file, change video resolution, select the video effect just you like.

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Old Nov 08, 2010, 03:57 AM
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Default Import MXF into iMovie - How to convert mxf file to iMovie with MXF to iMovie

Import p2 MXF file to iMovie and edit mxf file with iMovie is not as diffcult as you think. Yes, many of iMovie fans knows that they can't import p2 mxf files into iMovie directly by theirselves. If you import mxf files to iMovie, the mxf fils will be grey. Don't worry, just read and follow our step by step tutorials, you will get how to import mxf files to iMovie by yourself.

As you know iMovie is the free and useful part of the Apple Mac iLife, you can use it to edit your movie or camcorder video which is shot by yourself, it supports like MPEG2, DV, HDV, QuickTime Movie and MPEG4 and only read AVI but no p2 mxf files, so if you'd like to edit mxf files with iMovie, the first thing you need to do is convert mxf file to iMovie support formats just like .mp4.

MXF file to iMovie Converter is the best partner for you to convert mxf file to iMovie .mp4 and import mxf files to iMovie for editing. With the powerful iMovie import mxf file converter, just within several simple clicks you can convert your mxf to imovie mp4 and then import mxf conversion video to iMovie, not only do this you also can get some other options just like trim your mxf video, crop your mxf video and even add some effects on your video.

The powerful MXF to iMovie Converter also can input avi, mp4, 3gp, asf, mpg, mkv, etc. much more different formats video and output many format videos. Own the best MXF to iMovie partner, import mxf file into iMovie and edit mxf file with iMovie will be an easy thing. If you are headache for importing mxf file into iMovie, just download and try the mxf to iMovie Converter, you will love it.

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Old Dec 27, 2010, 07:44 AM
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Many mac users knows the Flip camcorder, it is indeep one of the best camcorders. With the flip camcorder we can record every fortunate moment about our family, friends and so on. But at the end, we always can't watch the flip video on Mac directly.

In order to solve the problem, we need the Flip Video Converter for Mac, with this best mac flip converter we can convert our favrioute flip video to mov/mp4/mpeg2/mpeg1/h.264/asf/avi/wmv, and other many different format videos. Using this flip converter mac we also can convert flip video to iPod/iPhone/iTunes/iMovie/FCE/FCP/PSP/Apple TV/Zuen/iRiver and many different devices.

Flip Converter for Mac can give us a better digital life, if we have this mac flip converter we can convert flip video to many formats video on mac, and share it with our family and firends through the internet like Youtube. this flip converter for mac is easy to use and much more powerful than your think, just try it.

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Old Dec 28, 2010, 04:51 AM
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thank you for useful information .......
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Old Jan 23, 2011, 02:36 AM
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Thumbs up import dvd movie to final cut pro for editing

"I have many DVDs and I want to import DVD to FCP for making my own movies, but I have tried many times, I can't convert DVD to Final Cut Pro directly, is there anybody could help me to convert DVD to FCP?" Somebody asked in Yahoo.

FCP(Final Cut Pro) is a professional non-linear editing software application developed by Macromedia Inc. and then Apple Inc. Final Cut Pro also supports mixed video formats (both resolution and framerate) in the timeline with real time support. You can use FCP edit videos. But DVD can't imported by FCP, so you must convert DVD to FCP.

Mac DVD to FCP Converter is the best assistant for you to convert DVD to FCP. By using this DVD to FCP for Mac, you can convert DVD to FCP compatible formats like any QuickTime video formats. The next step is easily import DVD to Final Cut Pro for editing. During conversion, you should't worry about the video quality loss.

DVD to FCP Converter not only can convert DVD to FCP but also can convert DVD to iMovie, convert DVD to FCE, convert DVD to other popular video formats such as AVI, MP4, MPEG etc. After conversion, you can watch your own movies on iPod, iPod nano, iPod classic, iPod shuffle, iPod touch, iPhone, iPhone 3G, Apple TV, BlackBerry etc and other video and audio player.

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Old Feb 14, 2011, 04:57 AM
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Part 1. What is a VRO file?

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. The recording metadata along with navigation data to represent playlist,programs and so on are also stored in the 'VR_MANGR.IFO' file in the same directory. A backup copy of this file (VR_MANGR.BUP) typically is present as well.

Unlike standard DVD-Video recordings, the aspect ratio (4:3 or 16:9) is contained in the .VRO file itself as part of the video stream. Thus DVD-VR supports mixed format presentations within a single .VRO file. Contrast DVD-Video where the aspect ratio is coded into the accompanying .IFO file and thus a single .VOB file can be in a single aspect ratio only.

VRO is a container format for multiplexed audiovisual content. VRO file is an equivalent to a collection of DVD-Video VOB files. If one doesn't care about any edits (e.g., deleting of recorded videos), one can play the VRO directly as if it was a standard DVD-Video VOB file. Fragmented VRO files are not widely supported by software players and video editing software.


Part 2. How to play VRO files on Mac?

Apple QuickTime Player with MPEG-2 Playback Component can play VRO files, although sometimes only after renaming the file extension to .mpg. Squared 5 MPEG Streamclip, VideoLAN VLC media player can play VRO files.

If you are using your Panasonic DVD Recorder, Canon camera/camcorder, Sony Camcorder or Samsung DVD Recorder with Mini-DVD disc to record videos and want to edit them with Final Cut Expree, Final Cut Pro or iMovie on Mac. You will so confused by these fragmented and unplayable VRO files, which can not be easily played and edited like VOB files in many case. So you need convert VRO to other video popular video formats such as MOV, MP4, AVI, etc.


Part 3. How to convert VRO files to MOV, AVI, MPEG, MP4, etc. on Mac?

Step 1: Add vro files to Vro Video Converter for Mac
Download and run Mac VRO Video Converter, Click "Add" to import the VRO videos you want to convert from your Mac to the program. You can add more than one file at a time.

Step 2: Set the output format and location
Select an output format like AVI, MOV from the output format dropdown list or use the optimized presets for iPad, iPod, iPhone, Apple TV, iMovie, and more.

Step 3: Convert
Hit "convert" and this VRO Converter Mac app will do the rest for you! When the conversion is done, you can watch your VRO movie on your Mac, and import the output file to your iPod, iPhone or other players for playback anytime and anywhere. Want to edit the VRO files in iMovie to creat your own masterpiece? Just import the converted VRO files to it.

What's more, if you have stored some VOB files on your Mac, you can read these detailed guides for converting VOB to another formats like AVI, MP4 etc.: VRO to QuickTime MOV Mac, VRO to iMovie, VRO to FCE, VRO to FCP, VRO to MPEG Mac, VRO to MP4 Mac, VRO to AVI Mac and so on.

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