HI I'm new to this forum and to CS6. I'm well versed in CS3 Premiere and other earlier versions.
I have a problem importing the VOB files from a DVD into Premiere CS6. I copied the VIDEO_TS folder from the DVD onto my hard drive and successfully imported the 3 VOB files that made up the 1 hour video. Upon placing them into a sequence (720 x 576 25fps DV PAL to match the DVD) I found that when I played over a join between the VOB files, the picture and sound briefly broke up. Is this normal? There is no encryption on the DVD.
I then used MPEG Streamclip to convert the DVD to a MPG2 with MP2 audio file (thereby avoiding a decode and the subsequent recode when I encode the edited version, I.E. DVD is MPEG2 so I want to extract the video with the minimum of processing.) I tried to import this into Premiere but after it thought about it for a while, the resulting icon in the Project Window indicated that the file was not usable. Indeed it was not. I deleted it...... and then imported it again. It worked! This is not just a one-off occurrence. Any thoughts?
Premiere is fully updated along with all the other programs in CS6. Using Windows 7 64 bit.
I have same issue too.
Who can help me
Used "Media Encoder" encore three . VOB(form DVD) files to WMV.
And used Premiere to import the file between the VOB files,
the sound briefly broke up.
If change to import .VOB form dvd,the sound briefly broke up too.