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Discussion in 'DVD / Blu-ray drives' started by celtboy, May 15, 2007.

  1. celtboy

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    i've got cyberlink power to go software,can i get an upgrade so that my pc will read dvd-ram discs???
     
  2. Indochine

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    Is your drive dvd-ram capable? What is its make and model?
     
  3. celtboy

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    windows xp home edition. rewriter-philips,pbdv1640p,version-5.1.2535.0...!? any help?

    i know that my sofware is not compatable with dvd-ram.

    is there any other way to get this clip back onto dvd-r??
     
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  5. celtboy

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    is there any other way to get this clip back onto dvd-r??
     
  6. Indochine

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    How was it recorded?
     
  7. celtboy

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    dvd recorder off tv onto dvd-ram,,pc/software not compatible!!
     
  8. Indochine

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    1. Find friend with DVD recorder with HDD or PC that reads DVD-RAM
    2. copy it to HDD
    3. burn it in suitable format to compatible disk eg DVD-R DVD+R DVD-RW DVD+RW
     
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  9. lbeck

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    There are ways to do what you want, but probably not with the hardware that you have.

    DVD-RAM discs produce a MPEG file that has a .VRO extension (as opposed to .VOB for DVD-R video) Some people have claimed victory by changing the .vro extension to .mpg. I'd do this on a COPY of the file if you want to try. There's also some programs that will convert vro to AVI MPEG and several other formats. They're cheap but not free. I use AVS Video Converter and I think it was about 20-30 dollars. It works well. The other thing that you can do for not much more is to replace your burner with a multiburner like the LG GSA-H42LI which I got at Best Buy for $50 on sale.
     
  10. celtboy

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    thanks for that,but it seems to much hassle for the job...
    could i get my cyberlink software upgraded to work with RAM?
     
  11. Indochine

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    You asked that already, and you already got the answer that your DVD drive won't read
    DVD-RAM disks
    . What's the matter? Didn't you like that answer?

    You can keep asking the same question, but it won't magically change your DVD drive.
     
    Last edited: May 16, 2007
  12. celtboy

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    ok,ok chill the f... out!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    y.... .......... ....... . . .....ed!!
     

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