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Old 20th August 2004, 06:55   #1  |  Link
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How to Completely Blank Out a Titleset (VTS) Using PgcEdit

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9/24/2004: PgcEdit v0.3.5 used at this time.

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Hey, I grew up with @2COOL guides! [in the DVD backup world anyway]

Good to see you back with more guides, esp. with the PGCedit tool . As PGCedit is rapidly becoming very versatile and powerful, there isn't many hands-on guides to explore and exploit its nifty features, so you are just da man!

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Can VOBblanker be used to do the same thing or are the end products diffferent? If different, please explain. Thanks for helping with my learning.

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Yes, VobBlanker can do the same, but the final products are slightly different:

- VobBlanker works PGC by PGC and the number of cells is not changed. Each cell is replaced by a blank (10KB) one.

- Commands processing method is also different. Personally I prefer pgcEdit method, but I think it also may fail in some "rare" cases.

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