How to Convert Vro to Vob

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How to Convert Vro to Vob
Vob files are the standard used on commercial DVD movies. (Creatas/Creatas/Getty Images)

Vro is the standard format used by devices such as DVD recorders for recording videos. Though it also uses an MPEG-2 encoding system, it is different from Vob, which is the standard format used for movies. Vob is the abbreviation for "Video Object." It is normally stored on discs when a Video DVD is burnt. Because of the differences, a conversion is often necessary, especially when you want to play a Vro file on a regular DVD player.

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  1. 1

    Choose a video converter program (see Resources).

  2. 2

    Download, install and run the program from the link chosen in the previous step.

  3. 3

    Load the Vro file into the program by clicking "File" and "Open".

  4. 4

    Choose the output format for the conversion process. In this case, select "Vob" when prompted.

  5. 5

    Click "Convert" to begin the actual conversion process.

  6. 6

    Wait until the progress bar reaches 100 per cent. Video conversion can take a while, especially if converting a big Vro file.

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