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Standard DVDs store videos as video object (.vob) files, which are in MPEG format. You can copy them, rename them with an .mpg or .mpeg extension, and then import them into your video program for editing. You can then save them in whatever format you like, though bear in mind that MPEG is “lossy” (like MP3) and transcoding may not improve the result. You can even try to “upconvert” videos to a higher resolution, though again, it may not be worth the effort. Modern DVD players with built-in upscaling usually make a better job of it. Either way, editing MPEG and MP4 files seems to me to be more difficult and much more unpredictable than editing .avi files.
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