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Jim Simon, a trusted contributor here, posted (Reply 4 HERE) of software that he uses to rip VOB's with In & Out Points. Caveat: I have not used this software, so cannot comment on it, but if Jim likes it, that is good enough for me.
Good luck, and hope that is what you are looking for,
no.....it does not help me at all. I am good ith importing the vob files. The problem occurs when I have already cut the scenes I wan to and after a while I try to play it and it is "moved" in a way....
"Moved" in what way?
like a cut at 2s to 5s.....and then the video played is from 4s to 7s
Do you mean the actual clip has moved in the sequence, it's no longer where you put it?
Or do you mean the clip isn't showing the same part of the video as it did originally?
If the former, chances are you moved it by mistake and didn't notice. If the latter, my solution linked to by Bill will solve that issue.
it's the latter......the clip isn't showing the same part of the video as it did originally.
I don't understand, which solution???
Try to delete all your media cache and preview files. And do this not via the menue in premiere - go to your Media Cache and Media Cache Files folder and delete everything inside. Then restart the application and wait until premiere recreates all audio peak files. I've had a similar problem and that was the solution.
The one in Bill's link in post 1.