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Old 28th February 2005, 22:25   #141  |  Link
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I'm in no rush. I'm not trying to backup anything now anyhow. I just replaced my old Pioneer 105 with a Plextor PX-716UF and was just trying it's ripping ability out. And since I normaly use DRM Pro to edit I though while I had The Grudge and Dead on my pc I'd tinker with VobBlanker and PGCEdit's feature to get familiar with them doing test strips.
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Originally posted by 2COOL
@r0lZ and jeanl

Again, this is what I get after using MenuShrink. I've done it about 3 times with consistent results.
2COOL, I have modified MenuShrink so it does not produce that bug with PgcEditPreview (was easier to fix in MenuShrink than it would have been in pgceditpreview!!!). The nex release of MenuShrink will have this fix. If you want to test it now, send me a pm, and I'll send you the fixed version...
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Old 1st March 2005, 00:21   #143  |  Link
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I'm at work right now so just send it to bat-cave and I'll check it out when I get home.
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Ok, I have two different questions:

@2COOL & jeanl,
Could anyone confirm if VobBlanker menu2still does or does not have the problem with pgceditpreview (SW I)? I'm testing with my copy and I'm unable to reproduce it, but it is different: it is the PAL version and menu is in VTS01 instead of VTS06.

@r0lZ
About pgcEdit + VB incompatibility. I was unable to reproduce the problem stripping titles (which makes me happy), but I found the problem with SW 1 VTS03, simply "keeping" the title. VTS03 has BOVs and is a very small title.
So, I'm concluding the problem comes from VB Cells reordering: This is the final layout in VTS03 (the one which made pgcEdit complain)
As you can see the VID/CID sequence is not honored.
Could you confirm if pgcEdit will fail in this case?

Code:

[00000000] 	Number of VOB IDs in VTS_VOBs	65	[0041]
[00000004] 	End byte of VTS_C_ADT table	787	[00000313]
[00000008] 	  1. Cell: VOB ID	7	[0007]
[0000000a] 	  1. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[0000000c] 	  1. Cell: Start sector	0	[00000000]
[00000010] 	  1. Cell: End sector	91	[0000005b]
[00000014] 	  2. Cell: VOB ID	8	[0008]
[00000016] 	  2. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[00000018] 	  2. Cell: Start sector	92	[0000005c]
[0000001c] 	  2. Cell: End sector	243	[000000f3]
[00000020] 	  3. Cell: VOB ID	9	[0009]
[00000022] 	  3. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[00000024] 	  3. Cell: Start sector	244	[000000f4]
[00000028] 	  3. Cell: End sector	396	[0000018c]
[0000002c] 	  4. Cell: VOB ID	10	[000a]
[0000002e] 	  4. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[00000030] 	  4. Cell: Start sector	397	[0000018d]
[00000034] 	  4. Cell: End sector	548	[00000224]
[00000038] 	  5. Cell: VOB ID	11	[000b]
[0000003a] 	  5. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[0000003c] 	  5. Cell: Start sector	549	[00000225]
[00000040] 	  5. Cell: End sector	703	[000002bf]
[00000044] 	  6. Cell: VOB ID	12	[000c]
[00000046] 	  6. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[00000048] 	  6. Cell: Start sector	704	[000002c0]
[0000004c] 	  6. Cell: End sector	859	[0000035b]
[00000050] 	  7. Cell: VOB ID	13	[000d]
[00000052] 	  7. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[00000054] 	  7. Cell: Start sector	860	[0000035c]
[00000058] 	  7. Cell: End sector	1014	[000003f6]
[0000005c] 	  8. Cell: VOB ID	14	[000e]
[0000005e] 	  8. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[00000060] 	  8. Cell: Start sector	1015	[000003f7]
[00000064] 	  8. Cell: End sector	1168	[00000490]
[00000068] 	  9. Cell: VOB ID	15	[000f]
[0000006a] 	  9. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[0000006c] 	  9. Cell: Start sector	1169	[00000491]
[00000070] 	  9. Cell: End sector	1259	[000004eb]
[00000074] 	  10. Cell: VOB ID	16	[0010]
[00000076] 	  10. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[00000078] 	  10. Cell: Start sector	1260	[000004ec]
[0000007c] 	  10. Cell: End sector	1492	[000005d4]
[00000080] 	  11. Cell: VOB ID	17	[0011]
[00000082] 	  11. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[00000084] 	  11. Cell: Start sector	1493	[000005d5]
[00000088] 	  11. Cell: End sector	1725	[000006bd]
[0000008c] 	  12. Cell: VOB ID	18	[0012]
[0000008e] 	  12. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[00000090] 	  12. Cell: Start sector	1726	[000006be]
[00000094] 	  12. Cell: End sector	1958	[000007a6]
[00000098] 	  13. Cell: VOB ID	19	[0013]
[0000009a] 	  13. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[0000009c] 	  13. Cell: Start sector	1959	[000007a7]
[000000a0] 	  13. Cell: End sector	2191	[0000088f]
[000000a4] 	  14. Cell: VOB ID	20	[0014]
[000000a6] 	  14. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[000000a8] 	  14. Cell: Start sector	2192	[00000890]
[000000ac] 	  14. Cell: End sector	2424	[00000978]
[000000b0] 	  15. Cell: VOB ID	21	[0015]
[000000b2] 	  15. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[000000b4] 	  15. Cell: Start sector	2425	[00000979]
[000000b8] 	  15. Cell: End sector	2657	[00000a61]
[000000bc] 	  16. Cell: VOB ID	22	[0016]
[000000be] 	  16. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[000000c0] 	  16. Cell: Start sector	2658	[00000a62]
[000000c4] 	  16. Cell: End sector	2892	[00000b4c]
[000000c8] 	  17. Cell: VOB ID	23	[0017]
[000000ca] 	  17. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[000000cc] 	  17. Cell: Start sector	2893	[00000b4d]
[000000d0] 	  17. Cell: End sector	3127	[00000c37]
[000000d4] 	  18. Cell: VOB ID	24	[0018]
[000000d6] 	  18. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[000000d8] 	  18. Cell: Start sector	3128	[00000c38]
[000000dc] 	  18. Cell: End sector	3218	[00000c92]
[000000e0] 	  19. Cell: VOB ID	25	[0019]
[000000e2] 	  19. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[000000e4] 	  19. Cell: Start sector	3219	[00000c93]
[000000e8] 	  19. Cell: End sector	3732	[00000e94]
[000000ec] 	  20. Cell: VOB ID	26	[001a]
[000000ee] 	  20. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[000000f0] 	  20. Cell: Start sector	3733	[00000e95]
[000000f4] 	  20. Cell: End sector	3738	[00000e9a]
[000000f8] 	  21. Cell: VOB ID	27	[001b]
[000000fa] 	  21. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[000000fc] 	  21. Cell: Start sector	3739	[00000e9b]
[00000100] 	  21. Cell: End sector	3830	[00000ef6]
[00000104] 	  22. Cell: VOB ID	1	[0001]
[00000106] 	  22. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[00000108] 	  22. Cell: Start sector	3831	[00000ef7]
[0000010c] 	  22. Cell: End sector	4386	[00001122]
[00000110] 	  23. Cell: VOB ID	28	[001c]
[00000112] 	  23. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[00000114] 	  23. Cell: Start sector	4387	[00001123]
[00000118] 	  23. Cell: End sector	4481	[00001181]
[0000011c] 	  24. Cell: VOB ID	2	[0002]
[0000011e] 	  24. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[00000120] 	  24. Cell: Start sector	4482	[00001182]
[00000124] 	  24. Cell: End sector	5055	[000013bf]
[00000128] 	  25. Cell: VOB ID	29	[001d]
[0000012a] 	  25. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[0000012c] 	  25. Cell: Start sector	5056	[000013c0]
[00000130] 	  25. Cell: End sector	5146	[0000141a]
[00000134] 	  26. Cell: VOB ID	3	[0003]
[00000136] 	  26. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[00000138] 	  26. Cell: Start sector	5147	[0000141b]
[0000013c] 	  26. Cell: End sector	5597	[000015dd]
[00000140] 	  27. Cell: VOB ID	30	[001e]
[00000142] 	  27. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[00000144] 	  27. Cell: Start sector	5598	[000015de]
[00000148] 	  27. Cell: End sector	5690	[0000163a]
[0000014c] 	  28. Cell: VOB ID	4	[0004]
[0000014e] 	  28. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[00000150] 	  28. Cell: Start sector	5691	[0000163b]
[00000154] 	  28. Cell: End sector	6464	[00001940]
[00000158] 	  29. Cell: VOB ID	31	[001f]
[0000015a] 	  29. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[0000015c] 	  29. Cell: Start sector	6465	[00001941]
[00000160] 	  29. Cell: End sector	6556	[0000199c]
[00000164] 	  30. Cell: VOB ID	5	[0005]
[00000166] 	  30. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[00000168] 	  30. Cell: Start sector	6557	[0000199d]
[0000016c] 	  30. Cell: End sector	7298	[00001c82]
[00000170] 	  31. Cell: VOB ID	32	[0020]
[00000172] 	  31. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[00000174] 	  31. Cell: Start sector	7299	[00001c83]
[00000178] 	  31. Cell: End sector	7390	[00001cde]
[0000017c] 	  32. Cell: VOB ID	33	[0021]
[0000017e] 	  32. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[00000180] 	  32. Cell: Start sector	7391	[00001cdf]
[00000184] 	  32. Cell: End sector	7396	[00001ce4]
[00000188] 	  33. Cell: VOB ID	34	[0022]
[0000018a] 	  33. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[0000018c] 	  33. Cell: Start sector	7397	[00001ce5]
[00000190] 	  33. Cell: End sector	7487	[00001d3f]
[00000194] 	  34. Cell: VOB ID	35	[0023]
[00000196] 	  34. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[00000198] 	  34. Cell: Start sector	7488	[00001d40]
[0000019c] 	  34. Cell: End sector	7493	[00001d45]
[000001a0] 	  35. Cell: VOB ID	36	[0024]
[000001a2] 	  35. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[000001a4] 	  35. Cell: Start sector	7494	[00001d46]
[000001a8] 	  35. Cell: End sector	7587	[00001da3]
[000001ac] 	  36. Cell: VOB ID	37	[0025]
[000001ae] 	  36. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[000001b0] 	  36. Cell: Start sector	7588	[00001da4]
[000001b4] 	  36. Cell: End sector	7740	[00001e3c]
[000001b8] 	  37. Cell: VOB ID	38	[0026]
[000001ba] 	  37. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[000001bc] 	  37. Cell: Start sector	7741	[00001e3d]
[000001c0] 	  37. Cell: End sector	7892	[00001ed4]
[000001c4] 	  38. Cell: VOB ID	39	[0027]
[000001c6] 	  38. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[000001c8] 	  38. Cell: Start sector	7893	[00001ed5]
[000001cc] 	  38. Cell: End sector	8045	[00001f6d]
[000001d0] 	  39. Cell: VOB ID	40	[0028]
[000001d2] 	  39. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[000001d4] 	  39. Cell: Start sector	8046	[00001f6e]
[000001d8] 	  39. Cell: End sector	8200	[00002008]
[000001dc] 	  40. Cell: VOB ID	41	[0029]
[000001de] 	  40. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[000001e0] 	  40. Cell: Start sector	8201	[00002009]
[000001e4] 	  40. Cell: End sector	8357	[000020a5]
[000001e8] 	  41. Cell: VOB ID	42	[002a]
[000001ea] 	  41. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[000001ec] 	  41. Cell: Start sector	8358	[000020a6]
[000001f0] 	  41. Cell: End sector	8512	[00002140]
[000001f4] 	  42. Cell: VOB ID	43	[002b]
[000001f6] 	  42. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[000001f8] 	  42. Cell: Start sector	8513	[00002141]
[000001fc] 	  42. Cell: End sector	8665	[000021d9]
[00000200] 	  43. Cell: VOB ID	44	[002c]
[00000202] 	  43. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[00000204] 	  43. Cell: Start sector	8666	[000021da]
[00000208] 	  43. Cell: End sector	8758	[00002236]
[0000020c] 	  44. Cell: VOB ID	45	[002d]
[0000020e] 	  44. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[00000210] 	  44. Cell: Start sector	8759	[00002237]
[00000214] 	  44. Cell: End sector	8992	[00002320]
[00000218] 	  45. Cell: VOB ID	46	[002e]
[0000021a] 	  45. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[0000021c] 	  45. Cell: Start sector	8993	[00002321]
[00000220] 	  45. Cell: End sector	9226	[0000240a]
[00000224] 	  46. Cell: VOB ID	47	[002f]
[00000226] 	  46. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[00000228] 	  46. Cell: Start sector	9227	[0000240b]
[0000022c] 	  46. Cell: End sector	9460	[000024f4]
[00000230] 	  47. Cell: VOB ID	48	[0030]
[00000232] 	  47. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[00000234] 	  47. Cell: Start sector	9461	[000024f5]
[00000238] 	  47. Cell: End sector	9694	[000025de]
[0000023c] 	  48. Cell: VOB ID	49	[0031]
[0000023e] 	  48. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[00000240] 	  48. Cell: Start sector	9695	[000025df]
[00000244] 	  48. Cell: End sector	9928	[000026c8]
[00000248] 	  49. Cell: VOB ID	50	[0032]
[0000024a] 	  49. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[0000024c] 	  49. Cell: Start sector	9929	[000026c9]
[00000250] 	  49. Cell: End sector	10162	[000027b2]
[00000254] 	  50. Cell: VOB ID	51	[0033]
[00000256] 	  50. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[00000258] 	  50. Cell: Start sector	10163	[000027b3]
[0000025c] 	  50. Cell: End sector	10397	[0000289d]
[00000260] 	  51. Cell: VOB ID	52	[0034]
[00000262] 	  51. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[00000264] 	  51. Cell: Start sector	10398	[0000289e]
[00000268] 	  51. Cell: End sector	10632	[00002988]
[0000026c] 	  52. Cell: VOB ID	53	[0035]
[0000026e] 	  52. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
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[00000274] 	  52. Cell: End sector	10724	[000029e4]
[00000278] 	  53. Cell: VOB ID	54	[0036]
[0000027a] 	  53. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[0000027c] 	  53. Cell: Start sector	10725	[000029e5]
[00000280] 	  53. Cell: End sector	11236	[00002be4]
[00000284] 	  54. Cell: VOB ID	55	[0037]
[00000286] 	  54. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
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[0000028c] 	  54. Cell: End sector	11242	[00002bea]
[00000290] 	  55. Cell: VOB ID	6	[0006]
[00000292] 	  55. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[00000294] 	  55. Cell: Start sector	11243	[00002beb]
[00000298] 	  55. Cell: End sector	12007	[00002ee7]
[0000029c] 	  56. Cell: VOB ID	56	[0038]
[0000029e] 	  56. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
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[000002a4] 	  56. Cell: End sector	12013	[00002eed]
[000002a8] 	  57. Cell: VOB ID	57	[0039]
[000002aa] 	  57. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
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[000002b0] 	  57. Cell: End sector	12106	[00002f4a]
[000002b4] 	  58. Cell: VOB ID	58	[003a]
[000002b6] 	  58. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[000002b8] 	  58. Cell: Start sector	12107	[00002f4b]
[000002bc] 	  58. Cell: End sector	12200	[00002fa8]
[000002c0] 	  59. Cell: VOB ID	59	[003b]
[000002c2] 	  59. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[000002c4] 	  59. Cell: Start sector	12201	[00002fa9]
[000002c8] 	  59. Cell: End sector	12292	[00003004]
[000002cc] 	  60. Cell: VOB ID	60	[003c]
[000002ce] 	  60. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
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[000002d4] 	  60. Cell: End sector	12386	[00003062]
[000002d8] 	  61. Cell: VOB ID	61	[003d]
[000002da] 	  61. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[000002dc] 	  61. Cell: Start sector	12387	[00003063]
[000002e0] 	  61. Cell: End sector	12480	[000030c0]
[000002e4] 	  62. Cell: VOB ID	62	[003e]
[000002e6] 	  62. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[000002e8] 	  62. Cell: Start sector	12481	[000030c1]
[000002ec] 	  62. Cell: End sector	12574	[0000311e]
[000002f0] 	  63. Cell: VOB ID	63	[003f]
[000002f2] 	  63. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
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[000002f8] 	  63. Cell: End sector	12580	[00003124]
[000002fc] 	  64. Cell: VOB ID	64	[0040]
[000002fe] 	  64. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[00000300] 	  64. Cell: Start sector	12581	[00003125]
[00000304] 	  64. Cell: End sector	12673	[00003181]
[00000308] 	  65. Cell: VOB ID	65	[0041]
[0000030a] 	  65. Cell: Cell ID	1	[01]
[0000030c] 	  65. Cell: Start sector	12674	[00003182]
[00000310] 	  65. Cell: End sector	12679	[00003187]
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jsoto, I can't test at this point (at work), I'll test tonight, maybe 2COOl can test too. I suspect vobblanker will not show the preview bug, from what you've explained to me. The bug seems to show up when the navpack that has the image has no button info, and the navpack that has the button info has no image. This does not seem to happen in the vobblanker output. But I'll check tonight.
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@jsoto: Normally, PgcEdit should not complain anymore if the cells are not in increasing order. But there might be a problem when a VOB or Cell ID is missing. I don't remember if I checked this case for the BOVs.
For now, my PC is in 'reinstall mode', but I will check as soon as possible.

@Wheelie4: Thanks for the dump. With that info, it's easier to imagine what caused the problem. Stay tuned right here...
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Old 1st March 2005, 01:49   #147  |  Link
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@jsoto,

I redid the movie in VB 3 times and got the same error each time in PGCEdit. Not sure if this helps but below are links to both the VB log and the PGCEdit log.

VobBlanker Log

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Hope this helps you.


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No problem. Wish I could help more.
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@jsoto: I assume the responsability of the bug. An unreferenced variable is used. Not sure why it happens, but it's probably a special case I don't care about. Will try to find and fix the problem...
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0.5.0 Beta 13

Beta 13 is an attempt to fix the problems with the parsing of menubuttons/BOVs encountered by Wheelie4 and M7S.
I don't have a DVD with such problem, so, the bugfix was somewhat a blind edit. It may, or may not work.

@Wheelie4 and M7S: Could you check it with your 'problematic' DVDs? Thanks.

The beta is, as usual, in the folder pointed to by the 'all versions' link of my homepage at VideoHelp.
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Re: 0.5.0 Beta 13

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The beta is, as usual, in the folder pointed to by the 'all versions' link of my homepage at VideoHelp.
thanks . You're done with the PC upgrading hell?!
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You've done it!

I confirm my SW I (VTS 03, with 40 buttons), processed by VobBlanker fails with beta 12 but it is opened in beta 13 without any problem.

Good work!. Fantastic. (As usual)

OT: Is there any way to add a new stream (audio or sub) in pgcEdit? I do not find the way in Domain Stream attributes dialog. There is an user (MomoNyo) in VobBlanker thread (here) asking how to do it.

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@jeanl: Yes, my brand new PC is now ready to continue with PgcEdit.

@jsoto: Thanks for the feedback.

Number of streams. Yes and no. It ia actually possible to search for the number of streams defined at the PGC level, and fix the total number of streams in VTSI_MAT with the Fix Streams macro.
But I writed this macro with a request of 2COOL in mind, and it is not possible to add a stream for now. Only to remove unnecessary streams left after a strip.
I'll change that immediately. 0.5.0 final will have a macro that will work in both situations.
So, the correct procedure will be: change the streams assignments at the PGC level, then call the macro. If some streams are added, you will need to edit the streams attributes as well.
[EDIT:] Done.
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The exact same Dawn of the Dead files that errored in beta 12 open just fine in beta 13.

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Great! Thanks for your feedback!
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first, thanks for this marvelous soft )
I used it to "rebuild" completly some dvd9 in addition with menuedit & ifoedit and it's just perfect.
I was wondering if you'll add the possibility to edit VOBs PUOs, actually ifoedit can remove all puos but there are problems when doing a "next" in some menus (it jumps to the next pgc rather than jumping to the next program etc..) ?
Another thing, will it be posible to add pgcs progams too ? (I managed to add programs in a menu with ifoedit, by entering the VOBU sectors manually etc ... but it was such a pain)

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I was wondering if you'll add the possibility to edit VOBs PUOs, actually ifoedit can remove all puos but there are problems when doing a "next" in some menus (it jumps to the next pgc rather than jumping to the next program etc..) ?
No. PgcEdit is not really a VOB editor (although I am working on a menu button editor). My way to process the PUOs is to remove them from the VOBs when ripping the DVD. DVD Decrypter has an option to do just that. Then, usually, I remove all PUOs from the title and VMGM domains, with the Filter PUOs function of PgcEdit. I prefer to leave the PUOs in the menu domains, because some unexpected behavior may occur it they are removed.

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Another thing, will it be posible to add pgcs progams too ? (I managed to add programs in a menu with ifoedit, by entering the VOBU sectors manually etc ... but it was such a pain)
It is already possible to add or remove programs in the cell list of the PGC Editor. Just click on the button in the prog. column to toggle the program for that cell.
You may have to edit the PTTs as well.

It is not possible to create a new cell. This is on my todo list...
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You can add cells/program/chapters with addchapter (See my sig). You can combine this with pgcEdit.

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I was wondering if you'll add the possibility to edit VOBs PUOs, actually ifoedit can remove all puos but there are problems when doing a "next" in some menus (it jumps to the next pgc rather than jumping to the next program etc..) ?
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PgcEdit 0.5.0 final released.

PgcEdit 0.5.0 final released.
See this thread.
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