How to Rip and Convert DVD to VOB?
VOB, abbreviated from Video Object, is the container format in DVD-Video media. VOB can contain not only digital video, digital audio and subtitles, but also DVD menus and navigations content multiplexed together into a stream form.
To rip DVD to VOB, all you need is a DVD to VOB converter. Then, Sothink DVD Ripper, a versatile DVD ripper software which also performs as a professional DVD to VOB converter, is what you need. It can rip and convert DVD to VOB with around 10 minutes, and won't make a compromise at the output video quality meanwhile.
Next, details about how to rip and convert DVD to VOB will be shared.
Step 1: Run Sothink DVD Ripper, and load the source
After installation, get Sothink quick launcher started, and then choose DVD Ripper from the welcome screen.
Insert the source DVD disc into the optical drive, or navigate it through the Add buttons on the main UI if it has already been in. When it comes to be an ISO file or a folder, you can simply drag & drop it into the main UI.
Step 2: Choose VOB, and customize the output video
After source loading, click the profile switcher at the right pane to enter into Sothink's profile switcher, and choose VOB from the Video tab of Format part. Following, select the titles, audio tracks and subtitles you need.
Without further settings, the source will be ripped with default settings. But if you have specific and higher requests on the output video, Sothink's advanced settings and video edit features will help you. With them, you can set all the video and audio parameters regarding the output video, edit the video like adjusting the video effect, trimming video, cropping display area, adding watermarks, adding external subtitles, etc.
After all settings, move to the Save to part, and click the folder icon to select the output directory.
Step 3: Execute the DVD ripping task
Hit on the Start button, Sothink will immediately begin ripping DVD to VOB. Usually, the whole process will take you around 10 minutes, but it may vary depending totally on the source size, your PC hardware performance and the writing speed of the writable drive.
OK, that's all! For more information, please visit: http://www.sothinkmedia.com/dvd-ripper.htm.