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8.8. Recovering video data off the discs created by DVD recorders (standalone devices)

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Q: I'm using a standalone Thomson RCA DVD Recorder. I was backing up 2 home movies to DVD+RW when the power went off. How can i get the movies back that (obviously) didn't get finalized during the recording?


Q: I recorded 3 DVD+R discs one after another, where the first was OK, but the other 2 were bad after recording. I am not sure, what the reason for the problem was, but I think, the device may have problems with overheating. Do you see a chance to recover these two recordings? The device is LiteOn LVW-5001.


A: CDRoller is able to recover the video data (VOB or VRO files) from the DVDs created by standalone DVD recorders. In order to find and retrieve the lost video, we recommend to use Recover DVD Video option. Just follow the displayed instructions "step by step". To convert the recovered VOB or VRO files into MPEG ones, you can use Split Vdeo option. Finally, click Burn button and make a new DVD-video disc that can be played back in the most DVD players.

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