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How to use PgcEdits Remapping and Restoring Functions



PgcEdit version 8.0 sees the completion of its very advanced DVD remapping and restoring tools. You can remap (reorder): * PGCs (new in 8.0) * TTNs within a VTS (new in 8.0) * Titlesets on the DVD * Title numbers * VOB-Cell IDs You can also remove uncalled (unreferenced) PGCs while preserving the structure and navigation of the DVD. And PgcEdit now enables you easily to restore backups, irrespective of how much you have edited your DVD, whilst preserving structure.

Link
http://www.digital-digest.com/~blutach/pgcedit_guide/remapping/PgcEdit_Advanced_Funct
ions.htm


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How to author other, VCD to DVD, SVCD to DVD
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blutach  Jan 26, 2007  Jan 26, 2007  5.5/10 (6 votes ) 3163  840440 
 
       
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Guide for extracting menus for editing, and reinserting edited menus



I see questions every now and again asking how to extract menus for editing, or how to get edited menus back into a DVD. I can think of 4 scenarios where you might want to extract, edit, and replace a menu (or 2 or several), although there are more, I'm sure.

Link
http://forum.videohelp.com/viewtopic.php?t=313743

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manono  Nov 12, 2006  Nov 12, 2006  7.0/10 (13 votes ) 13039  584800 
 
       
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Simplistic Guide for Replacing DVD Streams (flash)



This guide is meant for people who want to do some post processing on their DVD audio, video, subtitle streams and then re-author them back into the original source. Demux / demultiplex and then remux/multiplex DVDs.

Link
http://www.digital-digest.com/articles/Simplistic_Guide_for_Replacing_DVD_Streams_pag
e1.html


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How to author other, VCD to DVD, SVCD to DVD
Other DVD Backup guides, DVD to HD, Subtitle


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Techreactor  Oct 31, 2006  Oct 31, 2006  8.5/10 (4 votes ) 7323  584556 
 
       
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How to make and burn ISO images with PgcEdit



How to make and burn ISO images with PgcEdit

Link
http://www.digital-digest.com/~blutach/pgcedit_guide/burning_with_pgcedit/burning_wit
h_pgcedit_v2.htm


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How to burn an already authored DVD-Video folder(VIDEO_TS)
Other DVD Backup guides, DVD to HD, Subtitle


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blutach  Aug 01, 2006  Aug 01, 2006  5.8/10 (5 votes ) 6996  582849 
 
       
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How to burn Dual Layer Disks with PgcEdit



From version 0.6.0 on, PgcEdit has introduced the ability to burn dual layer disks, enabling you to set the layer break where you want. You can select the layer break cell interactively, with preview!

Link
http://www.digital-digest.com/~blutach/dl_burn_guide2/dl_burning_with_pgcedit_v2.htm

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How to burn an already authored DVD-Video folder(VIDEO_TS)
Other DVD Backup guides, DVD to HD, Subtitle


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blutach  Jun 24, 2006  Jul 06, 2005  6.8/10 (9 votes ) 14132  718230 
 
       
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How to use PgcEdits new Jump to PGC Upon DVD Insert Macro



This method allows you to jump to any menu or title on insertion of your DVD, setting the audio and subtitle streams of your choice and by-passing anything in your way (e.g. annoying FBI warnings, studio promos and Dolby Digital trailers) and having all the DVDs internal registers set exactly as they would be if the commands followed the original path.

Link
http://www.videohelp.com/~r0lZ/pgcedit/third_party/blutach/How_to_use_PgcEdit_new_mac
ro.htm


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How to author a complex DVD
Other DVD Backup guides, DVD to HD, Subtitle


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blutach  Jul 06, 2005  Jul 06, 2005  6.7/10 (3 votes ) 4819  564813 
 
       
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Dvdauthorgui DVD authoring and PgcEdit menu command editing



In this guide you will need dvdauthorgui for our menu creations , pgcedit for authoring all commands , and imagetools too burn final compilation dvd

Link
http://www.videohelp.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=270121

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How to author a complex DVD


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Bjs  Jun 04, 2005  Jun 04, 2005  6.0/10 (6 votes ) 12671  418560 
 
       
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How to burn ISO images using PgcEdit ensuring 32k gaps between IFOs and BUPs



This guide explains how to use PgcEdit to ensure mimimum spacing of 32k between the end of the IFO and the start of the BUP. Without this spacing, a single CRC error that would normally only affect one of the two files will affect both, rendering both files useless and the DVD to stop playing. PgcEdit also features an integrated buring module, which this guide shows how to set up and use.

Link
http://www.videohelp.com/~r0lZ/pgcedit/third_party/blutach/Burning%20With%20PgcEdit.h
tm


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Blutach  Jan 26, 2005  Jan 26, 2005  8.2/10 (5 votes ) 9690  384966 
 
       
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Jumping straight to the main menu or the movie with PgcEdit



This guide describes how to make your DVD jump straight to the movie/menu when you insert it in the player, but still keep working menus. How to bypass annoying setup menus (language, aspect ratio) and go straight to the movie/main menu. How to select default subtitles/audio/angles.

Link
http://jean.laroche.free.fr/Jumping0.4.3.1/index.html

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jeanl  Dec 07, 2004  Nov 14, 2004  7.7/10 (13 votes ) 6076  381987 
 
       
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Skipping FBI warnings and other annoying previews with PgcEdit



How to skip the stuff you don't like at the start of the DVD using PgcEdit's nifty Trace function.

Link
http://jean.laroche.free.fr/SkippingStuff0.4.3.1/index.html

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jeanl  Dec 01, 2004  Nov 14, 2004  7.9/10 (13 votes ) 14382  360305 
 
       
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Importing selfmade menus to episode DVDs done with DVD Shrink



There are several ways to do this and so I'm only explaining a straightforward way doing it with DVD Shrink. However, first you gotta make up your mind concerning the structure of your menu. I for one am perfectly happy with a simple menu that only allows me to jump to each ep since I can switch languages and jump chapters during playback with my remote more conveniently. If you do fancy language and chapter selection menus you must generate more complex dummy assets instead. I might cover this in a future guide, in this one I'm dealing only with a simple menu.

Link
http://www.dvdshrink.info/chetwood/PgcEdit_menuimport.php

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dvdshrink.info  Nov 14, 2004  Nov 14, 2004  6.5/10 (4 votes ) 12659  519760 
 
       
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2COOL's IfoEdit and PgcEdit guides



Lots of useful DVD backup guides and tricks for IfoEdit and PgcEdit. Disabling titles, Turning on/fixing subtitles, Blank out titles, Split movies, Remove widescreen/fullscreen, Changing aspect ratio, Remove movie intros and much much more.

Link
http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?threadid=43142

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DVD to DVD DVD9 to one DVDR DVD9 to two DVDR

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2COOL  Oct 08, 2004  Jan 12, 2004  5.6/10 (29 votes ) 53884  926615 
 
       
 
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