[url=http://www.ilifesoft.com/tutorial/vro-converter-for-mac.htm]VRO[/url] 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.
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 [url=http://www.ilifesoft.com/tutorial/vro-converter-for-mac.htm]import vro to Final Cut Expree[url=http://www.ilifesoft.com/tutorial/vro-converter-for-mac.htmvro to Final Cut Proor [url=http://www.ilifesoft.com/tutorial/vro-converter-for-mac.htmvro to iMovie[/url] 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.
[url=http://www.ilifesoft.com/tutorial/convert-vro/to-mov-on-mac.htm]VRO to QuickTime MOV Mac[url=http://www.ilifesoft.com/tutorial/convert-vro/to-imovie-on-mac.htmVRO to iMovie[url=http://www.ilifesoft.com/tutorial/convert-vro/to-fce-on-mac.htmVRO to FCE[url=http://www.ilifesoft.com/tutorial/convert-vro/to-fcp-on-mac.htmVRO to FCPVRO to MPEG Mac, [url=http://www.ilifesoft.com/tutorial/convert-vro/to-mp4-on-mac.htmVRO to MP4 Mac[url=http://www.ilifesoft.com/tutorial/convert-vro/to-avi-on-mac.htmVRO to AVI Mac[/url]