VOB

VOB
ACM
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AVI
BITrate
Block
Codec
Compression
Data Rate
De-Multiplexing
DeMux
Descrambling
DivX
DIVX
DVD Conversion
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Framerate
IFO/BUP
IFO Parsing
MiniDVD
MPEG
Multiplexing
Mux
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SBC
Super VideoCD
VBR
VideoCD
VOB
WMA
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VOB entry

All DVD movies are stored in so-called VOB files. Vob files usually contain multiplexed Dolby Digital Audio and MPEG2 video. Vob Files are called as follows: vts_XX_y.vob where XX represents the title and Y the part of the title. There can be 99 titles and 10 parts, although VTS_XX_0.VOB does never contain any video, usually just menu or navigational information. There’s 2 ways to find out which files contain the main movie: First: Play the movie in any DVD player and watch the LED on a standalone or the status window on a software player. Second: The main movie is the largest number of consecutively numbered VOB files. For instance it’s vts_05_1.vob, vts_05_2.vob…. vts_05_8.vob (I haven’t seen movies with 9 partial files but that doesn’t mean that they don’t exist).