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This has worked for me (and others) with troublesome VOBs:
- Get ReJig and Restream (both are free and involve no installation).
- Open ReJig, and click the File Mode button. Click the Add button, and then the next Add button; navigate to and select your VOB file. Click Done.
- In the "Stream List & Demuxing" pane, you'll see an MPEG Video Stream and (probably) an AC3 Audio Stream; if the audio stream has an "AudioDelay" tag, check the "Fix & Correct AC3 Delay" box.
- Select the MPEG Video Stream, and click the Demux button; pick a save location and file name, and hit Save. When the video is demuxed, do the same for the audio stream. When done, you can close ReJig.
- Sometimes at this point, you can import the M2V file (that's the demuxed MPEG Video Stream) into Premiere and the file will be correct; if so, just import the AC3 file, sync-and-link them and edit away.
- If the file still shows the wrong duration, open Restream and load the demuxed M2V file into it.
- Under the "Group of Pictures" section, check the "reset timestamps" option; this will usually fix the broken duration. Pick a save location and name (by default, Restream appends ".0" to the filename), and Save the file. Try importing this file into Premiere and check its duration and playback.