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DVD player cant read DVD media

My DVD player (not computer drive) cannot read a DVD with a VOB file extension. The computer can read the disk but the LG NS8421 DVD player shows an error. I need instructions

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Well, A file with the .VOB file extension is most likely a DVD Video Object file, which can contain both video and audio data, as well as other movie-related content like subtitles and menus. They're sometimes encrypted and normally seen stored at the root of a DVD within the VIDEO_TS folder. So a VOB file is basically a DVD file format.

If your DVD player can't play VOB, then there must be no codec for it. You should make use of some professional VOB player to play them. Here are some recommendations.

Top 4 Best VOB Players to Play VOB File for Windows 10

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Obviously, your player is not compatible with VOB format. Make clear what formats that your player can support and you can convert the vob to the compatible formats. Or you can directly burn vob files to DVD and play them on DVD player. You can use Windows DVD Maker or iDVD or Leawo DVD Creator to do the burning job.

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.Vob files contain audio, video and subtitles all together.However, most MPEG-2-capable DVD players don't support subtitle tracks. I guess your DVD player is in the mentioned majority. That's why you can only play them in your computer drive.

Posted on Apr 24, 2007

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