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    does anybody know whats the best software for importing dvd's into adobe premiere to edit on the timeline i have tried but premiere says cant use mpeg on timeline,thanks in advance roland

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    You can not import a DVD in direct to premiere unless the DVD is recorded in CBR (Constant Bit Rate). In most cases all DVD's are recorded in VBR (Variable Bit Rate). Use something like DVD2AVI to rip the DVD into an AVI. Or record the DVD into your PC using an input card. This you can edit in Premiere Pro.

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    first it's impossible to import it directly to premiere. the best way to do it is to convert it to avi.
    i suggest u use ahead nero, cause it's the only software that conserves a rather good quality.
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    thanks sami

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    most welcome
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