Convert DVD .VRO files to AVI


The picture in the last post is a still from our ultrasound at 20 weeks. We also got a video (on this kind of oblong thing, they called it “VHS” but it wouldn’t fit into our DVD player), which a coworker graciously converted into a DVD for me.


The DVD has a .VRO file on it, and I ran across this handy app to convert the VRO to AVI so I could edit it: http://www.flaskmpeg.net.


Like many of these types of apps, its UI leaves something to be desired, but hey – it works.


Now to edit out my social security number from the video before posting it online… 🙂

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