How to Convert VOB to MOV on Mac (Mountain Lion included)
VOB is one of the core files found on DVD-Video discs and contains the actual movie data, also there are .vob HD Video besides DVD. To view stand-alone VOB files, you need to have a DVD player software that supports VOB playback. And if you need to import VOB to iMovie, QuickTime, Adobe Premiere, etc, you need to convert VOB to MOV or MP4 first.
To convert VOB files to MOV files, you can use the Video Converter for Mac- the best VOB to MOV Converter for Mac to convert DVD VOB files to MOV Mac OS X (Mountain Lion supported) with perfect conversion quality and speed.
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Note: This Mac VOB to MOV Video Converter can convert all other SD and HD videos to the video format you want besides converting VOB videos to MOV videos, such as convert MOV to VOB, MOV to MP4, MOV to FLV, FLV to MP4, etc.
Step 1. Import VOB files to the Mac VOB to MOV Converter (Mountain Lion supported)
Import .vob file to the program by either clicking the + button, or drag-drop the files, you can import more than one file at one time.
Step 2. Select your desired output format
Click the double up-arrow at the bottom of this program's pane, and then choose MOV or VOB as output format from Format list.
Step 3. Edit VOB videos with VOB to MOV Converter for Mac
If you are not satisfied with video effect, resolution, or bite rate, or you need extract some clips of the video, there are video editing functions such as trimming, cropping, changing effect and so on.
Step 4. Hit Convert to start VOB to MOV conversion on Mac OS X
Click Output at the bottom left of the program window to select an output directory and then hit Convert to kick off VOB to MOV conversion on Mac. This may take some time depending on the size of your video.
Tips: A good, open source tool for playback VOB is MPlayer, VLC media player, and Apple DVD player. If you wish to burn the VOB files to a standard DVDR disc, you need to have all the other standard DVD files as well, including IFO and BUP files, and use DVD Creator for Mac including Snow Leopard and Lion.