Long time Mac and Mac Rumors forum user who has zero experience with video conversion so all help is greatly appreciated. I have a few educational videos from years ago that a friend transferred to my HD. These are still VOB files that I view with VLC. I still need some of them, but most can be deleted. For convenience and easy sharing I would like to combine the remaining videos to Quick Time, mov format. Due to the low quality of the originals I don't want any further degradation if possible. My question to you pros out there is, what is the quickest easiest way to combine and convert these VOB files for someone as inexperienced as me? File size isn't too important as the ones I want to keep are only about 4Gig in total. Is conversion with zero loss of quality even possible? Am I correct in assuming that once converted to QT iMovie would suffice to edit and combine these files? Or should they be edited and combined first before conversion? Thanks in advance for your help.