How to Convert VOB to MKV Mac?

VOB is movie data file from a DVD disc which is typically stored in VIDEO_TS folder. It is also known as a DVD Video Object file, is a file that contains several streams – Video, Audio (normally AC3 format), Subtitles, and Menu contents – all multiplexed together in one container format.

MKV is the filename extension for Matroska Multimedia Container, an open-standard free container format. A Matroska file can hold a number of audio, video and subtitle streams, besides attachments like graphics and decoder filters all at the same time, thus allowing a complete movie to be stored in a single file.

How to convert VOB to MKV on Mac?

Download VOB to MKV Mac Tool:

Import MKV files

Open Mac MKV converter after installation. Drag and drop original MKV file to the application or click on “Add” icon to import target files. Batch conversions are supported, you may convert multiple files in a time.

Output Setting

Click Profile to choose format for exported files. Optimized profiles for video conversion along with sufficient profiles for common media formats.

Upon selecting a profile, you can adjust more parameters for conversion output. You can adjust these parameters Video Codec, Bit Rate, Video Size, Frame Rate, Aspect Ratio, Sample Rate, etc.

Video Editing

The application offers video editing functions. They are optional to use. Five alternatives: Trim, Crop, Rotation, Effect and watermark.

Modify the “Start Time” and “End time” of the converted video in Trim.

Choose “Letter Box” from “Zoom” and crop the video in “Cropped size”, or directly drag the dot frame to crop frame size.

Revolve the video to the needed angle in Rotation.

Simply drag the slides of “Brightness“, “Contrast“, “Saturation” and “Volume” to adjust the video effect for a better visual effect.

Add image or text watermark to the converted video file.


After choosing the desired output profile, return to the main interface and click the Convert button on the bottom right. Afterwards, you may enable one of the two after-done actions.

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