Convert .VOB files for NAS Storage and Streaming
NAS, with Network Attached Storage in full, is the extender for home sharing. NAS is often manufactured as a computer appliance - a specialized computer built from the ground up for storing and serving files. How to make the most of NAS? Get all of your video flies like VOB stored on home NAS. And in this article, we will give you a simple method to convert VOB to NAS for easy streaming over DLNA.
To manage your VOB files on kinds of DLNA compatible devices, you'd better convert VOB to the correct format before storing on NAS drive. Brorsoft Video Converter is a highly recommended tool to help you finish the task. It is a great VOB converter that supports transcoding VOB to MP4, MKV, FLV, MPG, WMV and more. Meanwhile, it also comes with useful editing functions, like video joining, video trimming, splitting, cropping, etc. For those who are running on Mac OS X(Mavericks), please get VOB Video Converter Mac. Now just download the program to learn how to convert VOB to store on NAS for DLNA streaming.
First download VOB to NAS Converter:
(Note: Click here for OS X 10.5)
How to Convert VOB to NAS compatible videos without Quality Loss
STEP 1. Import VOB files to the converter
Install and launch the program, and then click the Add button to import the VOB files or directly drag and drop them into the main display window of this program.
Tip: If you want to join VOB files into a big file, tick the "Merge into one file" box.
STEP 2. Decide output format
Tap Format bar and choose a proper output format. To stream videos over DLNA from NAS, you'd choose a NAS and DLNA supported video format. MPEG-4 from "Common Video" is a wise choice.
Tip: If the default parameters do not meet your needs, you can click "Settings"
to change the video encoder, resolution, frame rate, etc. as you wish.
STEP 3. Convert VOB for storing on NAS
Click Convert button to start converting VOB media to MP4 for NAS streaming. After the conversion, you can get the resulted videos by clicking the Open button and then you can connect your DLNA devices (PS3, Samsung TV, Galaxy Tab, etc) to the NAS for our home viewing.
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