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What Is an XVO File?

How to open, edit and convert XVO files

A file with the XVO file extension is an internal video file of ratDVD used by the ratDVD DVD ripping software.

XVO files are often accompanied by many files, such as XML, IFO, and VSI files, all in one AV_TS folder, and then ZIP into a format recognized by ratDVD software.

How do I open .xvo files?

XVO files are the actual video files that make up a .RATDVD file. When an XVO file is recorded in this .RATDVD format, the ratDVD software decompresses the RATDVD file to create a DVD from its contents.

So, to be clear, XVO files themselves will not open in the ratDVD program unless they exist in the .RATDVD file format.

To use XVO files with ratDVD, you must use AV_TS folders (folders containing XVO and other files) and version.XML ZIP together (the XML file must be outside the AV_TS folder) and rename the .ZIP file to a .RATDVD file.

You can use a free zip/unzip program like 7-Zip to create the ZIP file, but make sure to set the compression level to “None” so that the data is saved in the .ZIP file instead of actually compressing it. †

How to Convert XVO Files

Although an XVO file is a video file, most free file converters cannot convert it because it is just a part from the extracted .RATDVD file. There is really no need to convert XVO files to other files.

Instead, once you’ve created a .RATDVD file from an XVO file using the method above, you can use the ratDVD software to convert the .RATDVD file back to DVD format (see this tutorial). You should then be able to use a free video converter to convert the resulting VOB file to a file format you are more familiar with, such as MP4, MKV, ISO, etc.

Still can’t open the file?

If your file does not open as described above, it is most likely not related to ratDVD. This can happen if you misread the file extension, which is actually pretty easy to do.

For example, VX_ files share two of the same file extension letters we see in XVO files, but they are not actually related at all. VX_ files are compressed virtual device driver files used by the Windows operating system. You can’t open one with ratDVD.

The same goes for XOF, VXD, OVX, XVCT, etc.

XV0 files are more complicated because the next zero looks like the letter O. These are Lattice XVL structure files, again not related to ratDVD.

In all of these examples, you should investigate: That file extensions for more information about which programs can open or convert them.

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What Is an XVO File?

How to Open, Edit, and Convert XVO Files

A file with the XVO file extension is a ratDVD Internal video file used by the ratDVD DVD ripping software.

A number of files normally accompany XVO files, like XML, IFO, and VSI files, all of which are contained in an AV_TS folder and then ZIP-compressed to a format that the ratDVD software can recognize.

How to Open an XVO File

XVO files are the actual video files that make up an .RATDVD file. When XVO files are contained within this .RATDVD format, the ratDVD software decompresses the RATDVD file to use its contents for building a DVD.

So, just to be clear, the XVO files themselves don’t actually open in the ratDVD program unless they exist in the .RATDVD file format.

To use XVO files with ratDVD, you must compress the AV_TS folder (the one that contains the XVO and other files) and Version.XML file together (the XML file should exist outside the AV_TS folder) with ZIP compression, and then rename the .ZIP file to a .RATDVD file.

You can use a free file zip/unzip program like 7-Zip to create a ZIP file, but just be sure that the compression level is set to “none” so that the data is just stored in a .ZIP file and not actually compressed.
How to Convert an XVO File

While an XVO file is a video file, it can’t be converted by most free file converters because it’s only part of an extracted .RATDVD file. There’s no real need to convert just the XVO file to something else.

Instead, once you’ve used the method described above to create the .RATDVD file out of your XVO files, you can use the ratDVD software to convert the .RATDVD file back to DVD format (see this tutorial). Then, you should be able to use a free video converter to convert the resulting VOB files to a file format you’re more familiar with, like MP4, MKV, ISO, etc.

Still Can’t Open the File?

If your file won’t open using the directions above, then it’s most likely not related to ratDVD. This can happen if you’ve misread the file extension, which is actually fairly easy to do.

For example, VX_ files share two of the same file extension letters that we see with XVO files, but they’re actually completely unrelated. VX_ files are Compressed Virtual Device Driver files that the Windows operating system uses. You can’t open one with ratDVD.

The same is true for XOF, VXD, OVX, XVCT, and others.

XV0 files are even more tricky since the zero at the end looks like the letter O. These are Lattice XVL Structure files that, again, have nothing to do with ratDVD.

In all of these examples, you need to research that file extension to learn more about which programs are able to open or convert them.

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