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All of the clips will be included in 1gb VOB files, they are not stored on the DVD as 'clips'. 1gb is the maximum size for each VOB file so you will usually have no more than 3 VOB files to import, sometimes 4 but the 4th one will not be a full GB. Import all of the VOB files and you can separate the clips manually by cutting them out.
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My next question is this: it will import as you say...however - not everything gets imported in those clips. There is only some of the DVD that actaully imports. Why is that? Also, in the owner's manual, they actaully show the individual clips in the "Add Media" window and you can select only those you want for import. I don't seem to be able to do that.
Any other suggestions would be appreciate.
How many VOB files do you see if you use explorer to view the contents of the DVD disc?
I'm not sure how to view on Explorer...but, I looked on My Computer and the contents show this:
3 VOB files with the following sizes
There are also these files: VTS BUP, Video Info, Video BUP
*Also...when I look at the contents on the menu page of the actual DVD, there are about 30 individual clips. I am not seeing all of this footage when I import as the "3" clips in Premiere.
Thanks again for your help.
Look at this method for joining/importing VOB files, it eliminates many issues: