How to Convert VOB to MKV in Mac and Win (Windows 8 included)
For some reason, you may want to convert VOB to MKV. This article will share an easy-to-use VOB to MKV converter to help you convert VOB, and any other DVD media files to MKV files with high video quality. That's Video Converter ( Video Converter for Mac ), almost converting any format to any format without any video quality lost.
The following guide is on the basis of Windows platform. For Mac users, you can click here: Mac users' Guide .
Step 1: Add VOB files to the VOB to MKV converter
Click the button to browse your computer hard disk, and choose the target files to import. Or if your VOB files are at handy, directly drag them to this program.
Step 2: Choose MKV as the output format
Hit the format icon in the "Output Format" pane, and then select "MKV" in the "Format">"Video" category from the popping-up format list.
Note: This Video Converter also allows you to add subtitles to VOB files. Just go to its editing interface to do the job. To get more editing tips, like cropping, trimming, adding effect and watermark etc, you can go there: Editing Guide
Step 3: Convert VOB to MKV
Click "Convert" to convert VOB to MKV. You'll see this app is turning videos from VOB format to MKV format, with the progress bar showing. When it reaches 100%, just hit the "Open Folder" button at the bottom to find the output files in the output folder.
Learn more about VOB and MKV:
VOB — i.e. "Video Object". It's a multimedia container format, storing video on a DVD disc. It can contain various digital contents like video, audio, subtitle, menu etc, which multiplex together into a stream form. It's actually based on MPEG-2, but with additional limitations and specifications.
MKV — It's a free open source container format, developed by Matroska. And it can hold different types and unlimited number of audio, video, picture or subtitle tracks in one file. It has widely used to store common multimedia content like movies or TV shows etc. Matroska file types are .MKV for video (with subtitles and audio), .MKA for audio-only files, .MK3D for stereoscopic video, and .MKS for subtitles only.