Yup. I noticed the update right after I posted and did so. I also posted to the technical support site and just got this reply:
"DVDFab cannot work with family tapes. And DVDFab does not support convert from AVI to DVD at pressent. But we will consider it in future."
I wasn't sure what they meant by that since my question was:
"I am trying to convert an in-house DVD into an avi usable in Premiere Pro. I get as far as producing a file. But when I try to bring it into PremierePro it says that it is "not a recognized format". I've read on one board that they got theirs to go through a "conforming" routine. However, mine does not even offer to do that. I'm using the generic/xvid/aac profile to convert in DVDFab Platinum 22.214.171.124 and importing the resulting avi to Premiere Pro CS2."
So I tried your solution anyway. Unfortunately I was not ale to perform the same magic that you were able to pull off. I got the message again:
"Unsupported audio rate in file."
Oh, well. Please let me know if you find the magic potion.