How to change the format of VOB file without loss of quality and file size of balloon?

I try to save a VOB file on a problematic DVD using first Pro CC 2015. Can anyone help me please with selecting the best export settings?

My goal is to maintain the quality and size of the file as close to the original as possible. I just need to change the file format to something I can easily view on my computer. Sometimes, he tries to simply change the extension from VOB to MPEG, but in this case, I edited (shortened) the original file so need to save again.

Most of the output options I tried drastically reduce quality or seriously enlarge the size of output file.

First gives me the following information from the source:

Type: MPEG Movie

File size: 675,20 MB

Image size: 360 x 288

Frame rate: 25.00

Audio Format: 48000 Hz - compressed - stereo

Project Audio Format: 48000 Hz - 32 bit floating point - stereo

Total time: 00:59:22:02

Format of the pixels: 1.0940

AVI, quality 100 gives a file size of 12 GB. Source H.264 match - high bitrate gives a file size of 2 GB. Where does all that extra data?

Match sequence settings should be an obvious solution, but it gives me a slightly larger file (706,98 MB) with a sharp drop in quality.

If I select H.264, corresponds to the size of the original image and approach the source of all other settings as I can, the size of the resulting file is still much greater than if I drop the transmission speed. However, first does not show me bitrate of the source until I put it to maintain the same quality?

I want just the same file in a different format so that I can view them easily. Simple yet I have not been able to find a solution. Can someone point me in the right direction?

Thank you very much, Berne


You can not avoid re-encoding. His first mpeg will not give you made smart on mpeg.

You need a different program if al you want to do is trim down.

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Match sequence settings does exactly what it says. Your sequence (each) works with a codec to preview.

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