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You don't say where this file originated, but VOBs from commercial DVDs are copy protected, those downloaded from online likely have other issues and VOBs from some camcorders (such as JVC Everios) can have issues all their own.
In any event, you can avoid most issues with VOBs by converting them to DV-AVIs before you import them into Premiere Elements. Here's how:
Are you able to import other vob files at the moment.
I too have been experiencing problems with the Media Downloader, using a <br />home-made dvd (no protection) its been sitting at 20% for over an hour now. <br />Perhaps the disk has a scratch, I will try the mpeg_streamclip suggestion.<br /><br />Mark<br /><br /><br /><email@example.com> wrote in message <br />news:firstname.lastname@example.orgNXanI...<br />>I cannot seem to import VOB video files into Premier elements 4. When <br />>eventually 1 file is imported it's just a green display file nd then the <br />>software just crashes. Not had this problem before. Any help would be <br />>appreciated.<br />><br />> Dave Judd
Have you tried the suggestion in my first post?