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How to i convert DVD-RAM into DVD-R

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by risertuin, Feb 26, 2005.

  1. risertuin

    risertuin Member

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    i was just wondering if anybody knows how to do this i have a panasonic DVD-Recorder and it records DVD-RAM.

    Thank you
    Rick
     
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    Nephilim Moderator Staff Member

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    I've never tried what you're asking but I imagine the first step would be to have a drive in your PC that will read DVD-RAM. You have one?
     
  3. risertuin

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    ues i do but none of ther programs that i use can reconize the files
     
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    MysticE Active member

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    When you explore the disc what extension do the files have.
     
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    herbsman Moderator Staff Member

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    In my old Pioneer 104 dvd burner I wouldnt be able to read RAM discs , but I can in my Lite ON dvd rom drive ... is your dvd drive of whatever format able to read DVD-Ram ? (Nero Info Tool will tell you , if you have it that is).
     
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    I use TMPGENC DVD Author 1.5 to author the disc, then
    DVD Shrink to burn it.
     
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    Just my 2 cents worth. I play DVD RAM disk's recorded on a Panasonic stand-alone(source),plugged into a Sharp DVD-R recorder (destination). Its a little costly but you save on agravation.
    Hope this helps. CD
     
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    You need a DVD-RAM Drive (Read) (I bought a Toshiba for about $30 and load it to a FireWire box to use it in PC and Mac, but do a search). Once you're able to read the disc you will see a file with a .VRO extension. Change the .VRO to .mpg and now you have a file to work with either in a PC or Mac.
     

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