Blue.... what's the time frame on this? Since it's a company DVD, the disc is probably free from copyright encryption, meaning you can save the disks info to your hard drive. I've got to go to work. It may just be easier to have me do it. Unfortunately, there really isn't an easy drop and drag method of doing this. You're going to need to convert the vob files back to MPEG2 files in the correct format... I think Australia uses PAL. Then convert it from MPEG2 to whatever format your video editing software uses..... Or use another program that transfers VOB files directly to the video editing software format. Then edit the video... then export it straight DVD video format and burn, but if it has menus, you need to author the DVD in a DVD authoring program, which is a hassle to learn.
I could do it for you... but I have to run right now. We could come up with a game plan on how to transfer Gigs of info online. I'd do it for free for you. gotta run....
Thanks for the offer mate but I need it for tomorrow
Short time line but it was dropped on us late this afternoon and I said I would have a crack at it.
So I will try the links that have been added and see where I go from there.