DivX to VOB
Download DivX to DVD Converter for free to convert DivX to VOB, burn DivX to DVDs
DivX to DVD Converter is an excellent VOB converter and DVD burner which can convert DivX to VOB and burn it on DVD disc. It allows you to specify NTSC or PAL format, adjust 4:3 or 16:9 video aspect, and convert DivX to VOB, burn DivX to DVD disc or ISO file. It also provides many brilliant DVD menus for your DVD authoring. It supports convert DivX, XviD to VOB and burn it on DVD, so you can play it on home DVD player.
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DivX to VOB Key Features
- Convert DivX to DVD, AVI to DVD;
Convert DivX to VOB, AVI to VOB and burn to DVD;
Convert DivX to ISO, DivX to IFO and support burning DVDs;
- Support device types include DVD-R/ DVD+R/ DVD-RW/ DVD+RW;
- Get excellent quality on TV screen;
- So easy to use that only a few clicks are enough;
- High quality and fastest converting engine inside.
FAQs: DivX to VOB Converter
1: After I load my video files into the program, I can only get to know their title, resolution. Is it possible that I can get more information items of them?
A: Please open "Settings-Preference". In the following dialog-box, you can find an area which is called "Visible column". You can select/check what items you want to see in the program.
2: I load many file items into the program. Is it possible to adjust the sequence of them? The sequence of them will affect the sequence of titles after burning.
A: There are two buttons on the main interface, "UP" and "Down". Please highlight the loaded file which you want to adjust first and then you can move it up or down by the corresponding buttons.
3: I just load totally 3GB files into the program and I know the capability of a DVD disk should be 4.7GB. But why I was told that the burning can not be finished because there is not enough free space on the DVD disk?
A: Generally speaking, after your video files are burned into standard DVD, which means you can play the final disc on your TV DVD player, the content on the disk will be definitely larger than the original video files since DVD is not compressed. So maybe your original files are only 3GB, but the final DVD content will be much larger. Please note what "Volume info" shows for the final output size. If it is not in blue, you can not finish the burning with all the files you loaded. More >>