cdr was an Apple thing used to create a video that would play on a variety of
machines. I think Daniel may have written about it at some time. Just now I
cannot remember exactly how it was done - the current OS and screens are too
different to jog my memory.
> On 18 Oct 2016, at 6:17 AM, Ronda Brown <ro...@mac.com> wrote:
> Hi Michael,
> How did you create the.cdr? .cdr is an uncompressed disk image, like ISO.
> Do you see any movie file on the CD-R? If so, what is the name of the file,
> and what is the extension of that file name. Some examples are .mov, .avi,
> .mpg, .mpeg-4, .wmv, .mkv, .flv?
> Can you Double-click the .cdr file to open it, then drag its VIDEO_TS folder
> to DVD Player's dock icon to view the video?
> Sent from Ronni's iPad4
>> On 17 Oct. 2016, at 10:54 pm, Michael Hawkins
>> <michael.hawk...@mjhawkins.com.au> wrote:
>> A few operating systems ago I made a cdr of a video with the intention of
>> being able to burn it to a disc. I’m now using OS 10.11.6 and I cannot do
>> anything at all with the cdr.
>> This may sound gobbly-gook but I’m tired, I’m frustrated and be blowed if I
>> know how to retrieve media that I created and saved, and confused about
>> where it’s gone and how do I get it back. Apple used to be intuitive. Now
>> its confusing. Or is it my age?
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