Read Bill Hunt on editing a VOB/MPG file http://forums.adobe.com/thread/464549?tstart=0
Tools to Convert to DV-AVI http://forums.adobe.com/thread/415317?tstart=0
I have NOT used the products below, I only forward due to other mentions
Convert your files to DV-AVI Type II with 48KHz 16-bit Audio
$90 http://www.magix.com/us/movie-edit-pro/ plus $5 Ship
$70 http://www.nchsoftware.com/prism/index.html Converter
$40 http://www.deskshare.com/dmc.aspx Digital Media Converter
$00 http://www.squared5.com/ MPEG Streamclip Converter
$00 http://www.erightsoft.com/SUPER.html Multi-Converter
$00 http://www.virtualdub.org/ Mpeg to AVI Converter
Copy dvd to hard disk and try again to import the vob's.
If any still give trouble rename the vob to .mpg and reimport.
The properties of all these files show Type of file: NeroShow Time.Files7. So I’m to assume that the service that made the DVD used Nero to burn the DVD.
No, this means your computer is set up to interpret vob files as Nero. this is only relevant to how files will open when double clicked etc. Of course, there is some history of Nero products causing problems with Premiere.
Try Ann's method; if it works, you're golden. CS5 is more robust than previous PR's for editing vobs.
You can also try renaming the file extension to .mts (mpeg transport stream). This has worked for me on the same problem you're describing
I'll read the links that John suggested. But I did try what Ann and Jevon99 said and renamed the VOB files to mpeg but I got no audio
>VTS_02_0.VOB imports and plays fine but not VTS_01_0.1 - I'll read the links that John suggested
Yes, do that... my best GUESS is that Vob1 includes "stuff" that is part of the menu system, and is therefore not going to work on the Premiere timeline
You will need to convert that file to DV AVI Type 2 with 16bit 48khz sound