Convert VOB to MP4

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Convert your file from DVD Video Object File to MPEG-4 Video Stream with this VOB to MP4 converter.

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Try the MP4 conversion with a VOB test file

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VOB to MP4 conversion with our VOB example file.

VOB, DVD Video Object File (.vob)

Commonly referred to as the DVD Video Object file, VOB is one of the mot frequent formats for storing video and audio streams on DVD discs. A VOB file can contain video, audio, subtitles, DVD menus and navigation content multiplexed together into a stream form. It contains video streaming in MPEG-2 format and audio streaming in one of several formats.
What is VOB

MP4, MPEG-4 Video Stream (.mp4)

MPEG-4 Part 14 files (MP4) are capable of storing multimedia such as audio, video, and subtitles. This file type is commonly used by Apple and other producers of mobile products which allow audio, still images, or video. This includes but is not limited to: audio books, songs, movies, videos, photos, and podcasts. MPEG-4 is the format often used in online streaming of videos. Many MP3 players...
What is MP4