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VCR/DVD burners can produce some mixed quality video files, Richard, particularly if they're recorded to a low quality disc (like Memorex).
The wisest move would be to convert those DVD files to DV-AVIs using a program like MPEG Streamclip or VirtualDubMOD (both free), per the FAQs at the top of this forum.
DV-AVIs are the ideal format for editing on a PC.
I've got what Sounds like the same problem. I have videos on my hard disc that I want to edit, but when I import it to Premiere Elements only about a quarter of it comes over, the first 10 minutes or so. They are all .VOB files (video object) They play perfectly well on both PC and DVD player. Would it help to convert these to .AVI files, and if so can you recommend software to do that?
yes. And please see the link in my post above.