At the present time do you have Premiere Elements Mac (any version)?
Premiere Elements (any version on Windows or Mac) offers no uploads of DVD-VIDEO with or without menus to YouTube from within its program. As far as I know YouTube does not support DVD-VIDEO.
You will probably end up ripping the VOB (video files) from the DVD disc and then exporting them to file with a format that YouTube will accept from the point of view of format, file size, and duration. The menus of the DVD-VIDEO will be lost.
This type of request can be seen frequently in a Google search. The typical answer is to convert the DVD-VIDEO video files to H.264.mp4 which YouTube will accept.
If you want information on ripping the video files from your home DVD-VIDEO and exporting those video files to H.264.mp4 with Premiere Elements, please let us know, and we will post a step by step if needed.
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No I do not have Premiere Elements Mac or any other software to help me upload or convert.
How do I rip the VOB(video files) from the DVD disc? What software do I need?
You could insert your DVD-VIDEO on DVD disc in the burner tray and use
Premiere Elements 12
DVD Camera or computer drive
and the Video Importer should then display the video file(s) of the DVD-VIDEO, for one example,
VTS_01_1.VOB and so on in that series depending on the length of the content on the disc.
I am strictly an Elements Windows user so I am not sure of the Mac situation on the following. The Windows idea would be
a. Insert your DVD-VIDEO on DVD disc into your burner tray.
b. Under Computer, find DVD burner drive, and explore the disc
c. Open the VIDEO_TS Folder and copy the video file(s) and paste them to your computer desktop.
These VOB video files (MPEG2.VOB) will need to be converted to .mp4 or .mov files. Premiere Elements 12 can rip the VOBs, allow you to edit them, and then export to a .mp4 or .mov file. A Google search will bring up numerous software to do the job for YouTube purposes.
iMovie is supposed to come with the Mac computer from what I have read. If you want to involve it in your task, the following link is probably one from many that can be a guide
Please let us know if you are OK with the above information. We will be glad to assist you with any Premiere Elements troubleshooting when and if you have the tryout or purchased product with which to work for what you seek.