How exactly do you mount the Video_ts folder as a DVD image?chrismccorkle said:I would mount the vob (or collection of vobs, preferably a video_ts folder) as a DVD image, then use Handbrake (simple DVD -> mpeg4, mov) to do the job.
VLC might work.rockstarjoe said:Is there any way to just watch .VOB files without converting them to another format? Can Quicktime open them? I'm pretty sure VLC does but it would be nice if QT did, so I could use Frontrow to watch my .VOB files...
But just so I'm clear... is there no way to open .VOB files in Quicktime so that you can watch them via Frontrow?Laslo Panaflex said: