What is vro?

The VRO file format is a DVD Recorder file. This file format is used for streaming (real-time) recording of DVD discs. Most DVD’s also contain IFO files files that contains information about timing for the VRO files. This differs from VOB files where the timing data is already included. Tip: if you plan to use certain VRO files in a video editing program you might be able to do this without converting by changing the file extension to “.mpeg”. Don’t forget to change it back if this doesn’t work.

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What is asf?

The ASF file format, short for Advanced Streaming Format, is an open file format by the Microsoft Corporation for the streaming of files that contain text, audio, video, animation and graphics. Since it doesn’t define what format is within the file, it rather is a standardized, extensible container that is not dependend on a specific operating system or protocol. It consists for three objects: a header, a data object and an optional index object that can help with the access to the data within the file. Because of it’s non-dependent form and the open file format, the ASF file is used by a number of programs such as Ashampoo Media Player, VideoFile, Cliprex Video, IrfanView, MMJB, SlowView, Ultraplayer and Winamp. Mime type: audio/asf, application/asx, video/x-ms-asf-plugin, application/x-mplayer2, video/x-ms-asf, application/vnd.ms-asf, video/x-ms-asf-plugin, video/x-ms-wm, video/x-ms-wmx

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