VOB

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VOB

(Video OBbjects) A DVD movie file that contains MPEG video and AC-3 or other audio data. Audio streams for multiple languages are multiplexed together. VOB files have specific file names that start with VTS (Video Title Set) and contain title and section; for example: VTS_01_2.VOB means Title 1, Section 2. VIDEO_TS.VOB is the start of the content and typically contains menus and trailers. The IFO files contain the content's attributes and options (aspect ratio, subtitles, languages, etc.), and BUP files are backup IFO files.


A DVD Movie
These are the contents of the wide screen movie "Air Force One" with Harrison Ford. The VOB files contain the content, and the IFO (information) files and counterpart BUP (backup) files describe the content format.
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Burn DVD Files: You can burn DVD files by right clicking the folder that contains VIDEO_TS and AUDIO_TS and then you simply send the folder to the Easy Disc Burner.
Depending on how the DVD was made, you may also see an "Audio" folder; however, the VIDEO_TS folder will usually contain all the necessary files for trial purposes.
The image below shows and explains the different file types found in the VIDEO_TS folder.
En el caso de un DVD se debe elegir La carpeta VIDEO_TS y despues eL titulo del video; si el DVD esta protegido contra copia, no es posible ver Los archivos de esa carpeta.
Most competitors only support one VIDEO_TS folder loading, but with DVD Copy, users can load as many as they can fit onto a disk.
DVDs containing non-video data such as HTML pages or graphics use the DVD-Others zone (outside the VIDEO_TS directory).
It plays virtually every popular format of video, including MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, AVC, VC-1, DIVX, HDV and VIDEO_TS files, at bitrates up to 50mbps, utilizing the advanced Sigma 8634 processor.
It also allows you to easily burn VIDEO_TS files, dvdmedia, and ISO file to blank DVDs to be used with DVD players.