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Old 30th January 2010, 23:49   #201  |  Link
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It's a bug in AnyDVD HD as far as i know that corrupts some AC3 audio files. Use this tool to check audio for bad streams. I recommed you to use IsoBuster to backup your discs.
Thanks for Your tip. I will download IsoBuster and try.
I replace subtitle in fifth element and tomorrow will try in defiance. So, earlier You say that You can edit blu-ray menu. Can You post some guide, because I want to try this also. It is much better with edited menu.
Sorry for my English.
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Old 31st January 2010, 07:07   #202  |  Link
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Thanks for this lovely guide. i didnt understand how do i insert a subtitle track to a seamless branching titles thu.
if someone know please help me. i got T2 Skynet edition with 3 versions!!!
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Old 31st January 2010, 12:13   #203  |  Link
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The same principle as on series discs applies. The same steps for every m2ts file.
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Old 31st January 2010, 21:51   #204  |  Link
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The same principle as on series discs applies. The same steps for every m2ts file.
OK But those need a subtitle file for every episode. for a seamless branching movie i will need to cut the subtitle file to match every m2ts file?? or there is another method?
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Old 31st January 2010, 23:56   #205  |  Link
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Yes, you will have to cut the subtitle to match the m2ts files.
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Old 2nd February 2010, 16:07   #206  |  Link
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modify menu

change english for chinese how???



how modify menu???

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Old 2nd February 2010, 16:31   #207  |  Link
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That is an original disc. It is sold in China.


But if you want to modify a menu, you should look in the JAR folder and edit the png files. Some of them are having png files, some a *.txt file, some of them are having all the files inside a *.jar file. You can open a *.jar file with winrar and add the modified picture with winrar too. Some of them are having *.xml files to modify. Bottom line is that only java menus can be edited. IGS ones can't be edited and there is a certain type of java that can'd be edited either, the ones that some java scripts are calling strips of fonts instead of whole words.
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Old 2nd February 2010, 16:48   #208  |  Link
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That is an original disc. It is sold in China.


But if you want to modify a menu, you should look in the JAR folder and edit the png files. Some of them are having png files, some a *.txt file, some of them are having all the files inside a *.jar file. You can open a *.jar file with winrar and add the modified picture with winrar too. Some of them are having *.xml files to modify. Bottom line is that only java menus can be edited. IGS ones can't be edited and there is a certain type of java that can'd be edited either, the ones that some java scripts are calling strips of fonts instead of whole words.

explains that they used the origina english disc and modified menu, change english for chinese
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Old 2nd February 2010, 16:51   #209  |  Link
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I've explained you how to do this thing too.
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Old 6th February 2010, 20:24   #210  |  Link
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hi ,
I have a few Blu-Rays that i want to add subtitles to , however the problem is that they dont have any subtitles on them so i cant replace them
Is there a way to add Subtitles to a Blu-Ray that doesnt have subtitles on them ?
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Old 6th February 2010, 20:45   #211  |  Link
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Yes, the same. You add your *.srt file or *.sup file and mux them.
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Old 7th February 2010, 00:56   #212  |  Link
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Great thanks, got it to work.
I encountered a problem though.
The Blu-Rays im trying to sub are episodes , but they only have 1 big playlist , one has both episodes as 1 m2ts , i guess there wont be any problems if i sync the merged subs to that m2ts , however the other has the episodes as seperate m2ts (and only 1 big playlist).I tried using the mpls which worked but tsmuxer merged both m2ts as 1 m2ts and the subs were desynched from episode 2 onwards.Since there arent any single mpls for the episodes im not sure how to mux em.

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I've explained you how to do this thing too.
THX, but some movie jar folder does not exist
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Old 7th February 2010, 08:26   #214  |  Link
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@Borgqy I've explained in the guide how to re-author series discs too. Discs that contain episodes.

@doffot Those are having IGS menu and for the time being they can't be edited.
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Old 7th February 2010, 11:03   #215  |  Link
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yeah i read that , but there are no mpls for the individual episodes , theres only 1 big mpls with both episodes and the mpls for the extras.
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Old 7th February 2010, 11:11   #216  |  Link
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It doesn't matter, you remux the m2ts files with tsremux, you replace them + clpi files and edit the big playlist with hex edit and bdedit.
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crl2007 thx
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Forgot to tell you, you take the values to put in bdedit for your big playlist file from the playlists resulted from tsmuxer.
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Old 7th February 2010, 19:03   #219  |  Link
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I tried it now and the disc works.
But the Subtitles are greyed out. I added subtitles to a disc that didnt have any to replace.How can i add the subtitles in bdedit for the mpls?
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What do you mean they are greyed out ? They should have worked fine, the streams are controlled mainly by the clpi file ( there are no menu subtitle links for some script to use the mpls ). Have you replaced the clpi files with the ones created by tsmuxer for every m2ts that you edited?

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