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Old 13th December 2009, 09:36   #10  |  Link
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Thanks for your quick answer. Hey, my question wasn't an offence, sorry!

I don't know what an IGS menu is?
Basically I was hoping to keep both menus: the main and the pop up menu.
But like I said: If I keep the original *.mpls and *.clpi, the remuxed movie does not start. If I replace the *.mpls and *.clpi, everything is fine, but if I press Pop-Up Menu on my PS3 Remote, nothing happens. I have to go to the main menu to change something or jump to the extras.
I will try to replace only the mpls opr the clpi and will then post my experience.
One more question: What exactly are the mpls and the clpi files for? For what are they needed? What Information do they contain? I am really trying to understand the blu ray structure a bit more :-) Thanks!

Maybe I am also doing something wrong: Since your screenshots are missing, maybe I have overlook an important information or setting? Do you have the screenshots somewhere else?

Edit 2:
Where is the information for the pop-up menu stored? Maybe that could help to solve my problem? Maybe it is stored in the stream (.m2ts) file and tsmuxer is messing that up?

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