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Freeware! Free DVD-VR video file format converter software


The DVD-VR standard defines a logical format for recording and editing of video on a DVD disc. Most DVD video recorders in the market that support DVD-R, DVD-RW, or DVD-RAM media will allow recording to these media in DVD-VR mode, as well as in a DVD Video compliant mode. With Aura Free Video Converter, you can convert DVD-VR and all types of videos to MPEG, MP4, WMV, AVI, SWF, WMA, MP3 and many popular formats.

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DVD-VR video converter freeware

Free DVD-VR video converter supports these input formats

  • MPG
  • 3gp
  • VOB
  • QT
  • DAT
  • AMV
  • 3g2
  • ASF
  • AVS
  • Divx
  • OGM
  • AVI
  • RM
  • MOV
  • M2TS
  • MPV
  • WMV
  • RMVB
  • M4V
  • M1V
  • VRO
  • MP4
  • FLV
  • DVR-MS
  • M2V
  • MPE

Free DVD-VR video converter supports these output formats

  • AVI
  • WMV
  • MP4
  • SWF

  • FLV
  • MPEG-1
  • MPEG-2
  • MPG

  • MKV
  • MP3
  • WMA
  • AAC

  • OGG
  • WAV
  • M4A

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DVD-VR

DVD-VR video is recorded as an MPEG-2 program stream. Video resolution depends on the recording quality and the video format used. Multiple audio encodings are allowed including MPEG Audio, Dolby AC3 and Linear PCM.

The DVD-VR specification allows implementing the following main features:

  • Video recording to DVD-R, DVD-RW, and DVD-RAM
  • Up to 99 titles per disc
  • Multiple play lists defining different playback-paths of the recorded content
  • Adding chapters and bookmarks to a recording
  • Video and data files (such as digital pictures, or MP3 files) may be mixed on a single disc
  • Multiple recording modes, up to 10.08 megabit per second (DVD Video quality)
  • Title and disc protection
  • And more

DVD-VR recorded media are not DVD Video compliant, and will not play back in all DVD players. Some more recent DVD players, and also the Sony Playstation 2, allow playback of discs that have been recorded with the DVD-VR format.