How to Covert VOB to MPEG?

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Aviosoft Video Converter transfers VOB, DVD, HD, DAT, RM, RMVB, AVI, WMV, ASF, MPG, MPE, M1V, MPV2, MP4, MOV, DivX etc. to common video MP4, AVI, ASF, MOV, WMV, 3GP; to HD video MP4, MPG, AVI, MKV, TS, WMV, MOV; to Apple, Archos, BlackBerry, HTC, Nokia, Sony, Mobile Phone for playback. And it can extract music from movie and convert to MP3, AAC, MP2, AC3, M4A; can make photos slideshow with title, credits, background music, effect and convert it for playback; can download movies from YouTube or Yahoo and then convert. Aviosoft Video Converter, the powerful video converter, is worth trying and buying.

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Step 1: Click Add File(s) to load batch VOB files at a time.
Step 2: Click Profile drop down list to select MPEG as output.
Step 3: Click output browse to select a output folder.

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You can use Aviosoft Video Converter to clip any part, crop video size, merge files, add watermark and subtitle, reset bitrates, video size, sample rate, frame rate, audio channel.

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Step 4: Click Start to batch convert VOB to MPEG. It takes few seconds for Aviosoft Video Converter  to finish the converting task.


What is VOB?

A VOB file (Video Object) is an MPEG-1 Video Stream. It contains only video related data. MPEG-1 video stream files are normally destined to be multiplexed (muxed), which is the process of adding audio data and perhaps other streams such as subtitles, before use. MPEG-1 stream files are created by demultiplexing (demuxing) an existing MPEG-1, or by converting another video format to MPEG-1. The file extension M1V is used for files that contain both MPEG-1 video and audio streams, a use that may surprise those who expect only a video stream.

What is MPEG?

MPEG stands for the Motion Picture Experts Group, part of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), charged with creating and publishing standards for various areas of technology, respectively. MPEG standards address audio and video formats used online, in television broadcasts, and in DVD media.