How to merge VOB files
Edited by Ben Jacklin
February 18, 2020
The DVD was once one of the most popular devices for storing video. Now, with multiple video-sharing platforms at our service, DVDs are no longer needed. All optical discs tend to accumulate flaws and scratches on their surfaces over time, making them impossible to read. To save important data, you could move files from a physical DVD to a PC. But having a movie in multiple parts is not very useful, so you might want to combine them into a single file. This is where you’ll need our guide for how to merge VOB files.
This article will walk you through how to combine VOB files. For this, we suggest you download Movavi Video Suite, which can function effectively as a VOB merger. With the help of Movavi Video Suite, you can join VOB files in just four steps.
Install Movavi Video Suite
Download Movavi Video Suite and run the installation file. Follow the steps on the screen. Once the program is installed, it will launch automatically.
Add Your Files to the Program
To join your VOB files together, go to the Video tab and click the Launch button in Convert video. Wait for the Video Suite to load.
Go to the Add Media menu, then click Add DVD, then Open DVD. Select the DVD you want to open. You can also simply drag the VOB files you want to combine into the Media Bin.
Choose the Format
Go to the Video tab in the lower part of the window and select the desired format for the output video. To merge VOB files into another VOB file, choose DVD-Compatible Video, then choose the preferred preset.
Merge Your VOB Files
Activate the Merge files switch, then click the Convert button. The new video will appear in the Movavi Library folder, which will open automatically.
But how to combine VOB files into one MP4, AVI, or MOV, for example? Just select the desired format for the output video before hitting the Convert button. Don’t forget to activate the Merge files switch!
Feel free to use Movavi Video Suite to edit, convert and enhance your videos!
Movavi Video Suite
Everything you need to create and edit multimedia files
- Edit videos and create slideshows
- Capture screencasts or streaming web videos
- Save videos for viewing on mobile devices
- Convert media files and DVDs
* The free version of Movavi Video Suite has the following restrictions: 7-day trial period, watermark on the output videos, and, if you’re saving a project as an audio file, an ability to save only half the audio length. Learn more