No, you have done totally wrong. The VOB files contains much data. The main titles and many other useless one's. DVD is DVD-Video standard which contains Video-TS, IFO, and BUP. You only need to extract the main tile video in VOB for video streaming. You can refer to this articlelink text. Just insert your DVD to your PC, click on "DVD Disc" then press "Okay". After the analysis, click on "Run" to start video streaming. It will automatically extract the DVD content out.
Have had buffering problems since the Windows 10 upgrade, nothing I tried have fixed this..I am on a 5 Ghz sitting 5 meters from the router and 1000 mbps fiber connection in, seems to me videostream needs an update since lot`s of others have the same issue....Damn windows :D BTW VS guys u are awsome :D
Seriously! I find myself relying on the Android app if I want to determine whether or not I already have something in my library, even when I'm sitting at my PC. Videostream already maintains a db of indexed content on the PC.. why wouldn't it be accessible?