How to Fix a .VOB File

Updated March 23, 2017

Video Objects (VOB) is movie data from a Digital Video Disc (DVD). VOB files are stored in a "Video_TS" folder containing the audio, video and subtitles in the DVD. VOB files use MPEG-2 encoding and users can play these files on various media players, such as Windows Media Player and Media Player Classic and VOB-supported DVD players. If your VOB is damaged or corrupted, you cannot view the file or burn it. Download All Media Fixer to help fix a VOB file.

Download and install All Media Fixer (see Resources).

Launch All Media Fixer.

Click "File" and then "Add File" to find the .VOB file and then click "Open."

Click "Tool" and then "Fix" to fix your VOB file. The damaged TS file is replaced with a new TS file once you click "Fix."

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Alizarin Black has been a professional freelance writer since 2009. Black writes on various topics including computer hardware and software, video games and electronics. He has been published in "Clarksworld Magazine" for his science fiction. Black has a bachelor's degree in video-game design from the University of Phoenix.