Converting Video to the Droid x-Best VOB to Droid X Video Converter

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Converting Video to the Droid x-Best VOB to Droid X Video Converter
A VOB file (Video Object) is a container format in DVD-Video media. VOB can contain video, audio, subtitle and menu contents multiplexed together into a stream form. VOB file can contain H.262/MPEG-2 Part 2 or MPEG-1 Part 2 video, MPEG-1 Audio Layer II or MPEG-2 Audio Layer II audio, but usage of these compression formats in a VOB file has some restrictions in comparison to the MPEG program stream.
How to convert and play VOB files on Motorola Droid X? For Motorola Droid X can not accept this format.
Don’t worry, Aunsoft VOB to Droid X Video Conversion (Mac: Aunsoft Droid X Video Converter for Mac) is such a useful and powerful VOB to Motorola Droid X Converter that can convert VOB, EVO, M2TS, MTS, MOD, DV-AVI, TOD, etc files to Motorola Droid X (*.mp4) with fast conversion speed, perfect video and audio synchronization, and high output quality.
Step-by-Step guide to convert VOB to Droid X.

Step 1: Free Download VOB to Motorola Droid X. Install and run it

Step 2: Load VOB video files.
Click "Add " button to load your VOB files from PC.
Step 3: Set output format and output folder.
Click to highlight files you want to convert, click "Format" drop-down button to choose Motorola Droid X MPEG-4 Video (*.mp4) as your output format.

Click "Output" button to choose destination folder for saving your converted Droid X (*.mp4) video files.

Tip for using this VOB to Motorola Droid X Converter.
Reset parameters: Click "Settings" button to set various parameters for satisfying your needs.
Step 4: Start to the conversion from VOB to Motorola Droid X.
Click "Convert" button to convert VOB to Motorola Droid X.
After the conversion is completed, you can Put VOB Videos on Droid X.

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