The process of changing DivX files to VOB is quite easy. There are several ways to complete the process and they all require:
* A computer
* DVD recordable drive
* DVD recordable media
First off, if you would ultimately like to play your VOB files on a DVD player, make sure you create the IFO and BUP files. You can do so easily by burning the files using software like K3b, Nero, Roxio Toast or VSO. Find your files in DivX format and select them as the target files.
While each software program is different, you will usually select the DivX files as the target and choose the type of files that you would like to create - in this case VOB.
Start the transformation process. Depending on the type of software used and the size of the file you are changing, will ultimately determine the time it takes. For some files it can take less than one minute, for others, it can take over an hour.
For those that do not want to play your VOB files on a DVD player, the process is complete. You can now play your VOB files on VLC Player or any other player with the capability to play VOB files.
For those that would like to burn a DVD using the VOB files in order to watch the file on your TV set, you will need to create a DVD. As stated above, you will need to create IFO and BUF files. If your software program created these files, you will just need to burn them onto DVD recordable media and then slip your newly burned DVD into your DVD player so that you can now watch the file on your TV set. There are many applications that can burn VOB files to a DVD, such as K3b and Nero.
It should be noted that the software to both change the files from DivX to VOB and to burn the newly formed VOB files to a DVD media are usually not free, however some free software does exists.