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PgcEdit

NEW VERSION 9.3

NO LONGER DEVELOPED
PgcEdit is a DVD IFO and Menu editor designed to allow the modification of the navigation commands and parameters of an already authored DVD structure. PgcEdit is also an excellent tool to learn how a DVD works, with his powerful Trace function. PgcEdit is also the first program able to burn a Double Layer DVD-Video, with an interactive interface including a preview, to select the position of the layer break.

Freeware ($13)
OS:Windows MacOS Linux
Version:9.3
Released:Mar 22, 2010
File size:4.6MB
Portable version
Old versions available
Version history available
8.9/10
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9.3 (March 22, 2010)



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Note that since v9, it is necessary to donate at least €10 or $15 to disable the nag screen appearing when PgcEdit starts.



Version history / Release notes / Changelog


9.3 (March 22, 2010)
- Main window and commands list:
A. The Dead commands that cannot be executed due to unconditional jumps or gotos are now highlighted in purple in the commands pane (if the Highlight Gotos and Errors option is enabled.)
E. A GOTO was not renumbered when its target was deleted.Now, it is renumbered so that it points to the first command following the group of deleted commands.
F. Backward GOTO targets were often wrong after a copy/paste operation, and when GOTO commands were appended to a scratchbook section.
E. Right-clicking on the Copy button in the main window does a Copy As Text.
- Search box and its result window:
E. Added a new Tab in the Search results window, to see only the commands. Useful for example to check which value a GPRM can have. You can double-click on a line of the Summary tab of the Search window to search for that particular command, and return to the previous search with the new Previous button. It is also possible to save the summary and to copy it to the clipboard.Thanks to M_Knox!
E. The "Most Recently Used" contextual menu of the Search box included dupes when a leading or trailing space was included or when there were upper / lower case differences. Now, the "almost dupes" are automatically removed.
- PGC Editor:
E. Improved the tooltip of the NextPGCN pink link in menus.
F. PUOs Editor: It was not possible to input a value for the PUOs editor when it was launched from the PGC editor.
A. PGC Editor -> Subpicture Colour Lookup Table -> Import: Added the VobSub index files (*.idx) to the supported CLUT formats. (Note that the conversion from YCrCb to RGB is not always accurate.)
F. Pgc Editor -> Cell Type Flags editor: Now, the user cannot set the Angle and Interleaved Allocation flags in a menu.
A. PgcEditor -> Create New Cell: New option to copy all cells of a VOB in one operation.
F. When the first 16:9 cell was created in a menu domain, the letterboxed or pan&scan flag was not automatically set in the domain stream attributes. Now, the letterboxed flag is forced by default.
- Menu Editor:
E. MAJOR IMPROVEMENT!It is now possible to edit all button positions for all groups at the same time: * The position values are now automatically computed for the groups thatare not currently displayed. * The pseudo-group "All" is now a checkbox.When it is ticked, the usercan edit all groups at the same time, including the positions of thebuttons. * The group radiobuttons are now used only to select the group to displayin the viewer, or the group to edit when the All checkbox is not ticked. * The new All checkbutton is highlighted in RED when there are parameterdifferences in the groups of the CURRENT button.It is still pink whenthere are differences in the other buttons.The tooltip of the Allbutton now contains the list of the group differences for all buttons. * The button position sliders are now highlighted in yellow when there isa notable position difference in the different groups, as it might bebetter to edit the button positions in each group separately. * New dialogue when the user quits the editor with OK and there are buttonparameter differences in the groups (except for the positions).
E. MAJOR IMPROVEMENT when creating a new cell with buttons, so that the highlight of the new button is now visible by default. The new cells can now easily be used as a basis for simple still menus, with the help of VobBlanker and DVDSubEdit: * When the FIRST button is created in a cell of a 16:9 domain and the userselects the option to create 2 (or 3) groups, and there is no subpicdecoding stream defined in the PGC, PgcEdit now creates a stream with 2subpics: subpic 0 for the wide display mode, and subpic 1 for theletterbox AND pan&scan modes.It is therefore possible now to edit thebutton highlights of 2 groups independently with DVDSubEdit. (Note that3 groups are still not, and will probably never be supported.) * When a new button is created, colour scheme 1 is now assigned by defaultto the button, instead of colour scheme 0 (usually transparent). * When a new dummy PGC is created, PgcEdit now uses its own CLUT insteadof the Muxman default CLUT. As a consequence, when the first button iscreated and the original colour scheme is still undefined, the defaultcolour schemes created will be different to those created by previousversions of PgcEdit.Colour scheme 1 (the default) is special, as noneof the 4 colours are fully transparent, to ensure that the highlight ofthe buttons created by PgcEdit will be visible anyway. * When the first button of a cell is created and the current colour schemehas not yet been defined and is still full transparent, a default colourscheme with reasonable values is created automatically. * **** DON'T FORGET TO VERIFY THE NEW BUTTONS WITH A GOOD PLAYER! ****
A. New functions in the Edit menu "Clear all adjacent button links", "Automatically link buttons (numerically)" and "Automatically link buttons (by position)" to let PgcEdit clear or set the adjacent button links automatically.The Automatically Link functions fail in some cases, notably when there are auto-activating buttons, therefore a verification function "Verify Buttons Accessibility" has been added to check if all non-hidden buttons can be accessed with the remote from all non-auto activating buttons.This function is automatically called at the end of the Automatically Link Buttons processes and when the user OK the editor.
N. New "Paste and Increment" functions in the Edit menu to paste a command and automatically increment some of its parameters.A simplified version "Paste and Increment JumpVTS_PTT" is designed to fill the commands of the chapter menu buttons.See the help in the Edit menu of the editor.
F. When importing or copying a whole menu, the number of numerically selectable buttons was sometimes wrong.
F. The number of buttons was not updated in the list of cells of the menu viewer when the editor was closed.
- Menu Viewer and Editor:
E. ...

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How to make and burn ISO images with PgcEdit

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How to use PgcEdit’s new Jump to PGC Upon DVD Insert Macro

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How to use PgcEdit’s Remapping and Restoring Functions

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Simplistic Guide for Replacing DVD Streams (flash)

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Skipping FBI warnings and other annoying previews with PgcEdit

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14 comments, Showing 1 to 5 comments

A Swiss Knife for DVD editing. Very powerful tool.
I have been using it for years. Each new version just makes this program better.
There were never problems with playback of DVDs edited with PGCEdit.
Almost no boundaries for DVD creation or DVD reathoring. Enormous options for command creation. All GPRMs at your use. No limits like in some expensive DVD Authoring tools.
After authoring a DVD with DVD Authoring tool I always improve newly authored DVD with PGCEdit by editing commands thus making it more flexible, user friendly and with more functions thanks to GPRMs and SPRMs.
It is very great tool.



Mar 20, 2011 Version: 9.3.0.1000 OS: WinXP Ease: 10/10 Functionality: 10/10 Value: 10/10 Overall: 10/10



posted as free software. but shows meddling nag-screen at startup until registration which comes around $10-15...

functionality is superb, though it may take some (more) time to get to it thoroughly.



Dec 23, 2008 Version: 9.0 OS: WinXP Ease: 7/10 Functionality: 10/10 Value: 9/10 Overall: 9/10



Just an excellent tool to have. If you know how to use it can be your best friend.


Dec 20, 2006 Version: 8.b8 OS: WinXP Ease: 10/10 Functionality: 10/10 Value: 10/10 Overall: 10/10



Use this tool only for creating proper dual layer DVD (layer break) file structure and paired with IMGburn, you have a winner. Have not had one problem with dual layer DVDs since using this tool. Before PgcEdit, it was a real crap shoot with CopyToDVD and RecordNow.


Jun 26, 2006 Version: 7.3 OS: Win2K Ease: 10/10 Functionality: 10/10 Value: 10/10 Overall: 10/10



Yeah, the pskill.exe is the genuine Sysinternals version, not the fake one used to launch parasites. Took me less than a minute to find that out, when a trojan scan gave me a false positive on it.

Anyway, PgcEdit is very powerful. Used in conjunction with DVDDecrypter, it produces the ONLY 100% compliant rip of a structurally protected DVD. That is, a rip without any residual "junk", and fully valid structurally. The latest version automates the process to a great extent.

As to PgcEdit's other uses, well, it's not for n00bs. Hell, it's FREE, and I for one am grateful to the creator(s). I give it a "10" across the board, even for "Ease of use". If you know what you're doing, it is laid out quite conveniently. If you don't know what you're doing, learn it or move on to something else.



Mar 23, 2006 Version: 0.6.2 OS: WinXP Ease: 10/10 Functionality: 10/10 Value: 10/10 Overall: 10/10


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