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Old 23rd June 2006, 11:19   #241  |  Link
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The sector numbers of the new cells are correct, but all new cells get VOB/Cell ID 1/1. Is this intended?
No! It's an enormous bug I've just fixed yesterday.

I have still to verify the chapter numbers problem. Maybe it's another bug, or it is caused by the wrong Cell ID bug, now fixed...

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Old 23rd June 2006, 11:24   #242  |  Link
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Wish I could get VobEdit to open the VOB from PgcEdit's tools. I've tried everything in the tools menu and all I get is Vobedit opening but no VOB loaded. Anyone had any luck with this?

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Arguments: "%p\%m" (with the quotes!)
Working folder: %p
It is launched with the current MENU VOB.

To open any VOB in the DVD folder, I have another setup:
Arguments: "%V" (with the quotes!)
Working folder: %p
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Old 23rd June 2006, 11:33   #243  |  Link
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Thanks for the explanation, bigotti5.

This seems to be a better way to reach my intention.

It would be nice, if you also can explain the disadvantages if the title looses its one_sequential status.

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Old 23rd June 2006, 11:56   #244  |  Link
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Many thanks for that.

Strange though - I can position in VMG and open VIDEO_TS.VOB and in the titles domain to open VTS_0X_1.VOB but in the menu domain it won't open VTS_0X_0.VOB. It opens _1.VOB instead.

I suppose this is a VobEdit issue and not a PgcEdit one.

I am using %v in aruments and %p in working folder.

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Old 23rd June 2006, 12:05   #245  |  Link
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%v references always the first Title VOB of the current VTS, not the first VOB of the current domain. If the VMG is selected, VIDEO_TS.VOB is used, though.
To launch VobEdit with the menu VOB, use %m.
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Old 23rd June 2006, 12:31   #246  |  Link
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It would be nice, if you also can explain the disadvantages if the title looses its one_sequential status.
One_sequential_title means only one PGC per title (even no dummy PGC).
By the spec only one_sequential_titles can have time-maps for timecode display and to navigate with slider in software players. Also SPRM7 (PTT number) is only valid for one_sequential_titles.
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Old 23rd June 2006, 13:29   #247  |  Link
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Also SPRM7 (PTT number) is only valid for one_sequential_titles.
Why? In non-sequential titles, the PTT numbers are availables and uniques, so it can be stored in sprm 7. (I know; the fact that something can be done doesn't mean that is is compliant.)
Anyway, the role of sprm 7 is not well established. On many players, it is used to store the PG number!
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Old 23rd June 2006, 14:13   #248  |  Link
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Why? In non-sequential titles, the PTT numbers are availables and uniques, so it can be stored in sprm 7.
There can be 999 PTTs per title but only 99 PTT per one_sequential_title, valid values for SPRM7 are 1-99 only
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%v references always the first Title VOB of the current VTS, not the first VOB of the current domain. If the VMG is selected, VIDEO_TS.VOB is used, though.
To launch VobEdit with the menu VOB, use %m.
Is there an argument that picks the correct domain? Seems like I would need 2 tools - one for title and one for menu domains.

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Old 23rd June 2006, 15:33   #250  |  Link
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That's what I did. See post #242 in this thread.
Anyway, if you want to examine a title VOB, since VobEdit can open only one precise file and PgcEdit cannot guess which VOB file number to use, you should use "%V" (upper case) to select the file you want with the Open File dialog.
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Aaah OK - I will experiment. Thanks. BTW: Have you had a chance to review the updated DL guide yet?

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Yes, but my mail was blocked again! I've sent it again, to your alt address.
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Old 24th June 2006, 01:58   #253  |  Link
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Ach - got them both eventually. I must call the ISP!

Guide now loaded.

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PgcEdit v7.3

PgcEdit v 7.3 released
  • F. During the trace, when a menu was displayed, hitting the Prev, Next or GoUp button on the virtual remote had no effect.
  • F. PGC Editor -> Create New Cell -> Create New Blank VOB Cell did not create a new cell if a tiny blcak cell previously created by PgcEdit was already present at the end of the VOB file. Instead, the tiny cell was reused.
  • F. When using Create New Cell -> Use existing VOB/Cell ID, the cell ID number was always 1.
  • F. When using Create New Cell on a non-sequential Title PGC (with several PGCs in the same TTN) and the option to create a new chapter, the new chapter number was wrong.
  • F. When using New Dummy PGC on a Title PGC, the modified Title was not marked as non-sequential in the VMG_TT_SRPT table.
  • F. When using Delete Last PGC in the Title domain to delete the penultimate PGC of a non-sequential Title (played sequentially), the Title was not marked as sequential in VMG_TT_SRPT. Its time map is now also recomputed when the DVD is saved.
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Old 26th June 2006, 10:49   #255  |  Link
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r0lZ - once again for the update!!!!!
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PgcEdit v 7.3 released
WOW! Great! Thank's! Already downloading.
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Thanks r0lZ.

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If you have a multi-PGC title, two PGCs, chapters in both PGCs and you remove one PGC the number of chapters is modified in VTS_PTT_SRPT but not in VMG_PTT_SRPT (0x0a)


Thanks for the new version
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Old 26th June 2006, 15:45   #259  |  Link
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OK, will verify that. Thanks.
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A VERY small suggestion, if I may - Please include the version number in the filename...
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