VRO has been a very hot video format all the time since it was created by DVD video recorders. Its full name is Variable Ratio Oiler and is a special format used for DVD recording to shoot video and audio data onto the DVD in real time. It features in supporting very high quality videos. There are countless camcorders in the market supporting VRO shooting, for example, Canon DC100. The problem is how we should do to free convert Canon DC100 VRO to ProRes for Final Cut Pro 6/7/X. Let me give you a practical guide – Aunsoft Video Converter for Mac.
It combines VRO converter, AVCHD convert, MXF converter etc. As we all known, there will be a great loss of quality about videos after the conversion. But this video converter retains the high quality of the source videos after the conversion! It also brings AVCHD, MXF, VRO and many other popular video formats to many common output video formats for Final Cut Pro, iMovie, Premiere, QuickTime and so on. In a word, it supports countless video and media player, set format parameter for different devices and convert video files in batch mode.
Edit Canon DC100 VRO in Final Cut Pro 6/7/X
Step1. Import Canon DC100 VRO files.
Get Aunsoft Video Converter for Mac installed, and you will see its concise interface. Adding or dragging are both allowed to import.
Tips: I recommend you to load VRO files from the camcorder first, and then you can add these files to the software. This is to keep the stability of importing files and prevent the conversion to be broken off.
Tips: ProRes is compatible to Final Cut Pro and plenty of other editing software, and it is also a stable video format to many common players.
Step3: Set video and audio profile.
Click “setting” to adjust the specific parameters.
Tips: You may also change the codec, size, bitrate, frame rate, sample rate, and channels of the video and audio for your specific needs.
Step 4:Convert Canon DC100 VRO to ProRes for Final Cut Pro 6/7/X
Click the yellow arrow icon to transcode Canon DC100 VRO to ProRes. With a click on “Open output folder”, you can easily locate the export ProRes files.
Tips: This efficient program supports the batch conversion. You can go to sleep when Aunsoft Video Converter for Mac processes batch conversion through a click on “shut down computer after conversion”.
After operating Aunsoft Video Converter for Mac, I get the ProRes files from Canon DC100 VRO files. Then I put the converted videos to Final Cut Pro, and it turned out to be running smoothly!