Thursday, June 22, 2017

Play VOB/ISO/IFO/Video_TS in Windows 10

Question:playing ifo, bup, and/or vob files on Windows 10
"A friend sent me several videos through Dropbox. There are .bup, .vob, .iso, .ifoand .video_ts files for each video. How can I watch them on Windows 10?"

Best Answer:
So far, Windows 10 has been a positive experience for the early upgraders here at IGN—but its lack of an included DVD player app is puzzling. Thankfully, it's pretty easy to fix this issue.

A video converter is a specialized file converter that allows you to convert one kind of video format (like an AVI, MPG, MOV, etc.) into another. If you’ve found yourself unable to use a certain video in the way you wanted because the format wasn’t supported, a video converter can help.

One of my friends highly recommend Brorsoft Blu-ray Video Converter Ultimate, an all-in-one package tool for me. With it, i can effortlessly get the work done in just a few clicks. It can help me convert VIDEO_TS to all popular video formats .wmv, .avi, .mp4, .mpg, .flv, .mkv, .mpg, .mov, etc. Besides converting DVD Video_TS files, it can also help me convert videos, DVD disc, Blu-ray disc, ISO/IFO files to a decent format you want. Now download the program and check out the steps below.

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