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  1. Hi,
    I got a DVD from a friend and I can't play it on any of my players.
    There are 2 files VR_MANGR.IFO and VR_MOVIE.VRO
    The VRO file is about 8 gigs and I can't seem to find anything that would convert it or play it.
    I tried to use MPEG_Streamclip but was not able to export it or convert it.
    I tried to change the extention to mpg but that did not work either.
    Can anyone point me to the best way to either play this file or convert it?
    Thanks
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    try changing the VR_MOVIE.VRO to MOVIE.MPG then try it.
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  4. VLC will play it and VideoStudio can convert it.
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  5. Thank you all for the suggestions.
    I tried VLC but it can't play the file. Everything get pixalated after 5 seconds. Same thing happen when changing the extention from vro to mpg.

    When I tried Tmpgenc_Authoring_Works, I can see the titles from the DVD and they are correct but when I click on the title to inmport I get an error
    saying "This title is protected. You cannot select it"

    Maybe an issue with the DVD itself?
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    *.vro I usually associate with DVD_RAM. What OS are you using? Is this file on your PC or DVD Drive?
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  7. The DVD was given to be by a friend who lives in Japan and recorderd a show from his DVD recorder from a local bordcast.
    I found out the the DVD is CPRM protected and maybe this is the reason that I can't play it on my pc or regular DVD player.
    Maybe this si the same reason that I can extract the video from it as well.
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