This video tutorial shows how to convert a single (joint) VOB file or TS file (.ts) into a Video_TS folder. By converting them into Video TS, you can easily burn DVDs with them. In this respect, we suggest you watch our Toast VTC for more information.
Note that the VOB file we use in this VTC contains only the main audio track with no subtitle layer. This approach does not always work, and we assume that it will fail if the video file (.vob or .ts) contains extra audio tracks. So we suggest that you make sure twice there are no extra audio tracks.
The versions of MPEG Streamclip and ffmpegX are 1.7 and 0.0.9w. Note that you may be required to have MPEG-2 Playback QuickTime component to handle VOB or TS files with QuickTime Pro or MPEG Streamclip.