How to Convert VOB to iMovie
iMovie enables you to give your videos an inclusive, amazing spin. If you get some DVD collections or burned DVDs of your favorite content, you may also consider editing them in iMovie. However, some Mac users try to import VOB files directly to iMovie for editing, only to find that these VOB files (the core part of DVD data) in Video_TS folder just grey out. This is because VOB is an unrecognizable format to iMovie. To edit them in iMovie smoothly, you need to convert VOB to iMovie-friendly format first. Here, Wondershare Video Converter Ultimate for Mac is highly recommended. It's the best VOB to iMovie converter you could ask for. It converts video at ultrafast speed and with lossless quality. With it, convert VOB video to iMovie effortlessly. Below is the detailed guide; it's as easy as 1-2-3.
Preparation: download, install and run this VOB to iMovie Converter for Mac. Supported OS: Mac OS X 10.6 or 10.7(Lion).
Step 1: Add VOB files
Insert your DVD disk into your DVD drive, and then drag the VOB videos or VIDEO_TS folder directly into the program. Usually a DVD folder contains a couple of VOB files, you can load them together to save time and ease your conversion. After all VOB files imported successfully, you can change the video name, preview it in the right hand side preview screen, freely take snapshots or merge them into one file.
Step 2: Choose iMovie as the output
At the bottom, click the format icon to open the output format list. And then select "Editing">"iMovie".
The optimized presets for iMovies works great and highly compatible (iMovie '11, iMovie '09, iMovie '08, iMovie HD supported).
Tips: this program also provides editing functions which enables you to modify output video. Common editing tools are provided: crop, trim, effect, watermark, subtitles. Refer to User Guide on Video Converter Ultimate for Mac.
Step 3: Start VOB to iMovie conversion
Click the "Convert" button and let the Video Converter takes care of VOB to iMovie rendering. It may take a while, depending on file size and quantity.
That's it! Now you can import converted files into iMovie successfully, and create your own masterpiece!