If your DVD writer only writes to DVD RAM discs, I would get Evesham to change it to one of more use to you.
DVD RAM is not a popular format and not much use if you want to make DVDs to play in anything other than a DVD RAM machine i.e. you will not be able to play the discs in a normal DVD player.
Perhaps I'm being cynical but I'd guess that the supplier had a load of these writers (bought cheaply as surplus stock) and installed them on their machines with advertising such that they made a virtue out of a cheap trick.
To answer your specific question, I don't know of any consumer level video suites that cater for DVD RAM - probably because there is no demand for it.