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Robert "Rob" Meyer Burnett (born 15 May 1967; age 51) is an American director, producer, writer, and editor. His contributions to Star Trek media include co-writing (with Mark A. Altman) and directing the 1998 film Free Enterprise and editing multimedia displays at the now-defunct Star Trek: The Experience attraction in Las Vegas.

More recently, starting in 2011/2012, he worked as a lead producer, writer, and editor for the special features (for which he introduced the term "VAM" – Value Added Material), that were included on the Star Trek: The Next Generation and the Star Trek: Enterprise Blu-ray releases. Burnett also served as host of the "Reunification: 25 Years After Star Trek: The Next Generation" roundtable discussion on the TNG Season 2 Blu-ray set. Meyer Burnett is the CEO of Ludovico Technique, an entertainment production company which co-produced the special features for the Blu-ray releases. He was part of the Axanar lawsuit that created a fan rift between the fans and CBS and has said he hates Star Trek: Discovery.

The in-universe characters Robert Burnett Raymond in "The Neutral Zone" and Robert Meyer Burnett in "Inheritance" were named after him.

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