For me I’ve found the best

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For me I’ve found the best way is to hook a DVD player up by component, s-video or composite (depending on how the disc was recorded in the first place) to an A/D converter and record it in the codec I need. I’ve tried a couple of software rippers, and even just importing the VOB’s right into Premiere Pro, and I always end up with either just 10 seconds of footage from each VOB or extremely choppy and out of sync audio, or in one case every other frame was converted as an all green frame (even though when I play the file through QuickTime or Media Player it’ll play fine.

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