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DVD --> ??? --> Premiere (Lossless)

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Hi, I have a DVD with audio, video, and subtitles that I would like to import into Premiere Pro. Actually, I would like to edit or add custom subtitles as well.

What would be the best step-by-step guide for:
1. getting the files off the DVD onto hard drive
2. muxing, demuxing, converting as necessary
3. import into Premiere Pro without loss from DVD

Thanks! :)
 

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I used MakeMKV to get the files off DVD and onto my hard drive. On the right track so far?
 
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