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Dvd ripping and editing in premiere pro

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Oct 17, 2020

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Hi. I’m having issues with Premiere Pro importing my media. I rip and edit DVDs to mpeg2 format and I know it’s not my ripping software because the output files play perfectly before importing to Premiere. There are a number of issues that arise. These include the video portion speeding up, only importing about five minutes of the media, extremely pixelated video, video glitching and not matching audio, and extreme interlacing. I just want to rip and edit my DVDs with zero issues and zero quality loss. Is there anything I can do in Premiere to achieve this? Thanks!
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Dvd ripping and editing in premiere pro

New Here ,
Oct 17, 2020

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Hi. I’m having issues with Premiere Pro importing my media. I rip and edit DVDs to mpeg2 format and I know it’s not my ripping software because the output files play perfectly before importing to Premiere. There are a number of issues that arise. These include the video portion speeding up, only importing about five minutes of the media, extremely pixelated video, video glitching and not matching audio, and extreme interlacing. I just want to rip and edit my DVDs with zero issues and zero quality loss. Is there anything I can do in Premiere to achieve this? Thanks!
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