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  1. When I record anything on a DVD-RAM on my Toshiba R2 and then place the disc into my PC which has a DVD-Ram compatible drive, I am able to see the .VRO file BUT I can't copy it to myPC's hard drive. Nor can I open the .VRO file with VirtualDUB or anyother app.

    I get the error "CANNOT cop VR_MOVIE. Access is denied. Make sure the disk or file is not full or write protected"

    Any ideas ?

    Also any recordings on a DVD-R or -RW are in DVD compatible mode and not in a .VRO mode. -R or -RW files seem file. But can I record .VRO mode on a -R or -RW. I've scoured the manual and found nothing.

    Thanks
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  2. Try downloading the free trial version of Cyberlink PowerProducer Gold. It has a plug-in or .dll file or something that will allow your computer software to access the VRO's.

    However, you would be better off recording in DVD-Video format on -RW's instead.
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  3. Thanks for your reply. I searched the forums here and I say some referencing Ahead's InCD being installed. So I unlocked my DISC being accessed by InCD. This then made that directory disappear. Now I don't see the VR_MOVIE folder. I only see folders TS_MANGR and TS_THMNL.

    Uninstalling InCD has the same results as when I unlocked the drive.

    Any ideas ? My DVD burner in my PC is a LG 8162B

    Thanks
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  4. Originally Posted by gshelley61
    Try downloading the free trial version of Cyberlink PowerProducer Gold. It has a plug-in or .dll file or something that will allow your computer software to access the VRO's.

    However, you would be better off recording in DVD-Video format on -RW's instead.
    I have Cyberlink ver 2 Gold installed. I downloaded the latest patch and I'm still having the same problem. Do I need to re-install InCD ?

    Thanks
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    Originally Posted by kenmo
    Originally Posted by gshelley61
    Try downloading the free trial version of Cyberlink PowerProducer Gold. It has a plug-in or .dll file or something that will allow your computer software to access the VRO's.

    However, you would be better off recording in DVD-Video format on -RW's instead.
    I have Cyberlink ver 2 Gold installed. I downloaded the latest patch and I'm still having the same problem. Do I need to re-install InCD ?

    Thanks
    My OS is Windows 2000.

    I have a LG dvd burner too.

    What I did was uninstall the B's Clip5 software for CDs and install the free Nero InCD Reader. They conflict with each other.

    B's Clip 5 software I had does not read UDF 2.0 files and the VRO files created by my JVC DM-R10 are UDF 2.0.

    If I had upgraded to B's Clip 6, then I wouldn't have needed the Nero InCD Reader.

    Once I did that, Cyberlink Power Producer was able to see the VRO files.

    I later found that I was able to pull the VRO files into TMPGEnc DVD Author 1.5.

    It is possible to record in .VRO mode on -RW on the JVC.
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  6. Re-installed InCD and Cyberlink informs me I can't copy the .VRO files or read them. It's like they are flagged with a funky attribute. In Novell their is atributes have a rename inhibit and delete inhibit.

    Any ideas anyone...???
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  7. For now I'm using -RW's.

    I was surprised to find out that about 4 burnt +R discs would not load on this recorder.

    I tried Kodak +R, Memorex +R, BenQ +R and Maxell +R.

    -RW Memorex 1x & 2x, Verbatim 1x and Pioneer 2x work well. I have yet to see x4 -RW media in Nova Scotia. All kinds of 4x +RW media though.
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  8. Downloaded and installed the demo of VideoReDo and it sees the contents of the folder but gives me the error message 'unable to open VR_MOVIE.VRO'...

    Any suggestions
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  9. Do you have the RAM drivers installed? I think you need to install drivers with 2000.
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  10. I'm using Windows XP and I installed the RAM drivers that shipped with my burner...

    Thanks
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  11. Are all the recordings on the disc the same speed and resolution? I've had trouble with RAM discs done with different record speeds in TMPGEnc.
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  12. Only one recording on the ram disc. My pc sees the files but will not copy or open them as I get a file access error.
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  13. I've been working with RAM discs all day, they work for me. I had problems with stuff like that with XP SP2, but not since I went back to SP1.
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  14. Just had to reboot my computer. On a whim I tried once again Cyberlinks Power Producer Gold ver 2 and guess what !

    I can now read these damn Ram discs....Horay !
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  15. ps: Thanks to all who replied. Much appreciated.
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  16. Any preference for type of media or brand ? I've been using Memorex -RW 1x & 2x and Verbatim -RW 1x and Pioneer -RW 2x. All seem to work fine.
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  17. It appears Cyberlink re-encodes the video when it is imported. TmpgEncDVDAuthor can not read my RAM disc so I'm sticking with -RW discs as TmpgEncDVDAuthor does not re-encode.
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  18. TMPGEnc is what I use to do my RAM discs. I had to uninstall CD Speed to get it to work the last time around. I don't know why, when I was using the free trial it worked with it on there, but when I bought the box version and installed it I had to take off CD Speed. No big deal, I never used it anyway.
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