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Extracting .vro files

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by PhilG1, Dec 1, 2011.

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  1. PhilG1

    PhilG1 Thread Starter

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    Hi to all!

    I am new to this site and happy to be here.

    There is a problem that I need to solve.

    My video camera is a Hitachi DZ-MV580A and whatever movie I make it creates an .IFO AND .VRO FILES.

    The camera is four years old and Hitachi does not does not provide the software if your working environment is Windows 7, it only provides the soft. for winxp, 2000 ...

    Now it is impossible for me to have a usb driver DVDCAM or UDF driver (DVD-RAM).

    I've tried Isobuster to extract .vro files (it works, but you need to dish out 29.99$).

    There must be a way around where I can grab a cost free software to do the job.

    Can someone help!

    Thanks,
     
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