I had multiple .vob video files on multiple dvds that I wanted to be able to burn to a DVD that was viewable on TV via DVD Player. I am using CyberLink Power2Go, which came pre-installed on my laptop to burn the DVD. When I go to add the vob files to the disk compilation, I couldn't do it, as the .vob (Video Object) format is unsupported. Finally I found the program TMPGEnc which allows you to select multiple .vob files and converts them to MPEGs, which then can be burned to DVD via Power2Go. I was able to successfully view the videos on my TV via DVD player. The TMPGEnc trial version is disabled after 14 days.