convert vob files into avi or mpg without quality loss for video editing

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09-04-2009 03:36 AM

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10-02-2009 09:31 PM
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i_encode_thus_i_am wrote:
I have tried magic dvd ripper in the past, but was not satisfied with the quality of the output. After a loooooong search and some experimenting, IMHO, AutoGuardianKnot (search AutoGK) is the best software around. Since it is extremely elaborate and allows you to control many aspects of the encoded and compressed output (Resolution, Frame rate, Size of output etc. just to begin with), you might want to read the following tutorial by Elliot Back(

Also you shall need to install DVD Decrypter (to decode the DVD contents to .vob files) and AutoGK (to encode and compress the .vob files into .avi files). These softwares are available under the GNU license for free.

After ALL this time...I’ve finally found THE answer.
Thank you VERY MUCH bro! reply


10-12-2009 05:06 AM

hello reply


12-14-2009 05:43 AM
Balaji panchapakesan

Try visualhub i have that and it works fine. reply


01-24-2010 02:41 AM
9 posts

Personally, I use thisVideo Converter for all video conversion, I used it to convert all my DVD rips from .avi to .mp4’s for my iPod. Here’s some of the features from their site: Convert Video between Almost Any Formats:
HD Video (inc. AVCHD, MPEG-2 HD and WMV HD), TOD, MOD, M2TS, AVI (DivX, Xvid, etc.), MP4 (inc. Sony PSP and Apple iPod), WMV, 3GP, QuickTime (MOV, QT), SWF, DVD, VOB, VRO, MPEG-1, 2, 4, H.263, H.264, Real Video, DVR-MS, MKV, FLV etc.
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05-23-2010 08:36 PM
DJ Marky Mark

Just drop the VOB files into iMovie...from there edit it and export it to the file of your choice or burn it with iDVD to retain VOB format. reply


07-22-2010 09:25 PM

Using Adobe Bridge - use batch rename function under Tools menu option. Choose new extension, then mpg. This will rename the file with an mpg extension that most systems will recognize. If mpg extension does not work, pick another extension that is available from drop down list. reply


07-23-2010 03:06 AM

Some one please help reply


08-05-2010 03:41 PM

I have also used Magic DVD Ripper to change VOB into mpeg. It went ok, but the first two DVDs couldn’t be converted, because it said they had too many mistakes and maybe they were scratched. Yet it did convert them when I used a copy of them which I made through Magic DVD Copier, which I also downloaded. reply


08-11-2010 04:14 AM

Try this video converter reply


08-16-2010 06:19 AM
18 posts

Marcs wrote:
i need to know how to convert the vob files of an dvd into a high quality avi or mpg for the purposes of editing those in any video editing software avaible.

i cant find any software that make the conversion in the files without quality loss.

Try to use VideoCharge Studio! You can convert VOB files to MPEG without reecoding every frame - very very fast and 100% save quality! reply


11-12-2010 06:42 PM
what do you want is what i have

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03-22-2011 02:58 PM

good reply


03-22-2011 02:59 PM

very good reply


03-23-2011 11:54 AM

iskysoft video convertor is the best.. for all conversions.. guys just google it and download.. its so good reply


04-05-2011 09:18 PM


1. VTS_01.VOB (typically the largest file on the disc in the VIDEO_** folder)
2. Copy VTS_01.VOB to a local directory
3. Rename VTS_01.VOB to VTS_01.mpeg


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08-22-2011 09:08 PM
1 posts

VOB file usually compressed by the codec named MPEG-2 which also be used to MPG. And MPG has several versions of compressions like MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4. That is why sometime u convert .vob to .mpg successfully, but still cannot play it. U can use rersoft vob converter to convert vob to any formats that u like. If u decide to turn .vob to .mpg, u can press edit button to adjust the video compression I mentioned above.
I’ve tried the vob converter’s output file can be edited by the video editing sw, like Adobe Premiere and Windows Movie Maker. reply


08-26-2012 12:45 AM

Get old version fiocerre for free from web and then extract files from it and upload using terminal. And test it before you buy. Its true xbmc is 10 times better. And its free easy to install with simple command fiocerre dont worth more then 4.95$ if you wanna pay for it. reply


09-07-2012 10:08 PM
nonof it

NO! You don’t have to CONVERT “VOB’s” they are mpeg2...........
do a search on Google. All you need do is right click the .VOB file you want change a menu pops up I am sure you all know this... now just hit " RENAME " and Change the " EXTENSION " of the file (THE EXTENSION [IF you do not already know...] is what comes after the file name like this testfile.{this here after the period is known as the extension} change that to .mpg) Now I have just tried it in VLC Media Player and it works great just like the DVD but in divx Player it says you need to get driectshow something for audio for it to play in that. So if you don’t have VLC get it or something that has it’s own codecs like it. VLC does not require if any at all codecs it has its own set. reply


12-24-2012 09:57 PM

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