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Old 25th April 2005, 22:39   #1  |  Link
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VobBlanker & Movies with Angles.

Bom Tarde senor Jsoto,

1st, I volunteer to certfiy you plasma tv, er, I'll go through every pixel to check for dead ones..

I think I have the hang of stripping the angles and removing the ilvu(?) pointers with IFOedit correctly. But why does VobBlanker still protest and offered to skip...? Ignoring the caution and going through the blanking process doesn't show any ill effect.
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Re: VobBlanker & Movies with Angles.

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1st, I volunteer to certfiy you plasma tv, er, I'll go through every pixel to check for dead ones.. ]
Thanks, but AFAIK this effect only affects to TFT displays. not to plasma ones. Plasma have other probs (i.e. they can be marked by static brilliant images). So try another trick if you want to be a plasma certifier

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I think I have the hang of stripping the angles and removing the ilvu(?) pointers with IFOedit correctly. But why does VobBlanker still protest and offered to skip...? Ignoring the caution and going through the blanking process doesn't show any ill effect.
Try manually modifying in VIDEO_TS -> VMG_PTT_SRPT the number of angles to one in your title.
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Old 26th April 2005, 00:51   #3  |  Link
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shucks! I'm a lousy tester, nobody wants my service .

Manually adjust, how? I'm no good with IFOedit's. A picture would be nice, graciz.
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Old 26th April 2005, 00:58   #4  |  Link
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Here it is
Double-click on the "Number of angles" row.



Don't forget to save the IFO!.

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