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From https://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/using/supported-file-formats.html, Premiere Pro supports VOB. When it really can't read it, check if your Premiere Pro support H.265/HEVC video (Some Premiere support HEVC). If support, use Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate reencode VOB to h.265/hevc video. It can preserve super high quality with smaller sie. If no H....


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Using ffmpeg, cat and remux all the VOBs together to a MPEG program stream. ffmpeg -i "concat:vts01_1.vob|vts01_2.vob|vts01_3.vob" -c copy -f dvd dvd.mpg (You may have to escape the | character i.e. vts01_1.vob\|vts01_2.vob\|vts01_3.vob)



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