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Old 30th January 2012, 15:24   #1  |  Link
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Importing VTS in PGCEdit

How many menus in a single vts can we import successfully using PGCEdit? I want to import a vts having 16,000 menus and 17 such vts.
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How did you get 16000 menus when the maximum allowed number of PGCs (thus menus) per VTS is limited to 999?
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Old 31st January 2012, 04:35   #3  |  Link
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There are 248 pgcs in a vts and each pgc has 64 programs and each program has one cell. So 248*64=15872 cells in a vts
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I doubt PGCedit can load this amount of data without yielding a memory overflow (assuming each cell contains at least 2 commands, you said these are menus) and since the buffer needed to keep all these commands is way over 2kB you may have error messages as well and not all players can play your project.
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I confirm. PgcEdit has much trouble (especially on slow/memory limited machines) with large number of PGCs (and especially if the PGCs are menus with buttons). For example, it takes ages to load Garfield (#1), as it has thousands of PGCs. This is due to the fact that PgcEdit is mainly written in Tcl/Tk, an interpreted language, not very fast and memory efficient.

BTW, I wonder what could be the content of a DVD with 17 times 16,000 cells! As far as I know, only some ARccOS/RipGuard protected DVDs have as many cells, but most of them are fake and never played.
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BTW, I wonder what could be the content of a DVD with 17 times 16,000 cells! As far as I know, only some ARccOS/RipGuard protected DVDs have as many cells, but most of them are fake and never played.
Most probably a game.
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Old 1st February 2012, 11:42   #7  |  Link
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is there any IFO editor which can work successfully for such large number of cells?
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