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Old 29th August 2006, 20:06   #381  |  Link
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Thanks for the seamless option for burning DL discs. All the DVDs I have done have played with no pause at the layerbreak, even though they had a high mux rate. Works on all my DVD players.

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Old 30th August 2006, 08:36   #382  |  Link
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Good to know. Thanks for the info.
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Old 4th September 2006, 10:38   #383  |  Link
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Changing the action of PLAY (>) button.

Hello!

EditPGC enables changing the action of NEXT and PREV buttons on remote controller while in menus. Does it also eanble changing the action of PLAY button and how?

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Old 4th September 2006, 11:59   #384  |  Link
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These buttons are hardwired by the manufacturer.
You cant change the action of PREV and NEXT button - you can define a PrevPGC/NextPGC and taking advantage of the action
The PLAY button on most players does the same thing as the
ENTER key when in a menu, but maybe there are players setting a title play command if you press PLAY.

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Old 4th September 2006, 12:07   #385  |  Link
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I have replied almost the same thing in this thread.
BTW, pygmalion, please observe rule 8.
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Old 4th September 2006, 12:41   #386  |  Link
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Button default activation

r0lZ: I apologise. I thought this is not quite the same question.

But then, I have another question. Can you control with PGCEdit, which button is activated by default? Usually, this is button 1, but I rather see to be let's say button 7.

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Old 4th September 2006, 13:07   #387  |  Link
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Can you control with PGCEdit, which button is activated by default?
Do you mean "which button is selected by default"?
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Old 4th September 2006, 13:16   #388  |  Link
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At the start of menu, one button is already enlighted. So if you only press OK, you will start whatever this button stands for.
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Old 4th September 2006, 13:51   #389  |  Link
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Yes, you can control it. You will need to program the precommand to higlight button #. And ensure no button in the menu is force highlighted.

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Old 4th September 2006, 15:30   #390  |  Link
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Well, both methods are possible.

You can program the highlighted buttons with a SetHL_BTN command. In this case, the force select button parameter must be 0. With this method, it is possible to highlight a different button each time the PGC is entered, for example to automatically select the next episode, but this method requires some knowledge.

You can also use the force select button parameter in the menu itself. It has precedence over the VM commands. It's very simple to do, but the same button will be highlighted by default each time the menu is entered, as this parameter cannot be programmed dynamically.
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Old 5th September 2006, 09:06   #391  |  Link
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Thanks guys for the reply. I will try that and I hope I will not have to bother you again.

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Old 11th September 2006, 00:09   #392  |  Link
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PgcEdit in Linux

How about getting it to work under wine in linux? we can't makw pls2 files under linux without it.
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Old 11th September 2006, 00:23   #393  |  Link
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PgcEdit DOES work under Linux

http://www.videohelp.com/~r0lZ/pgced....html#download

As for the PSL2 plugin, r0lZ did not author that. Somoeone calling himself The Mad Monk did.

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Old 17th September 2006, 10:59   #394  |  Link
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PgcEdit v7.4 released!

PgcEdit v7.4 released:
  • A. New function Info -> Find Never-Called PGCs, to mark the PGCs and VTSs that are never called explicitely (without having to clear the VM commands and Prev/Next/GoUp PGCNs).
  • A. New function Trace menu -> State -> Restart Playback from Exit Domain, to begin the playback at Title 1 instead of at the First-Play PGC.
  • A. New Option -> Functions -> DVD-TEXT General Name to set the max length of the Volume General Name string, since the number of characters that can be displayed on screen is player dependent.
  • A. Added "%t" and "%l" substitutions in the command line string of the Tools Setup dialog to be able to pass the DVD-Text General Name (%t) and the default DVD label of the burn function (%l) as arguments. Calling ImgBurn with the volume label already in place is now possible with the arguments: /MODE ISOBUILD /BUILDMODE DEVICE /FILESYSTEM "ISO9660 + UDF" /SRC "%d" /VOLUMELABEL "%l" /NOIMAGEDETAILS /ERASE /VERIFY /IBG "C:\%l.ibg"
  • E. When a PGC or a cell is never called directly by a VM command or by a Prev Next or GoUpPGCN link, it was previously considered as unreferenced, even if it was referenced in some IFO tables. Now, in this situation, the word "unreferenced" has been replaced by "never-called" to avoid the confusion with truely unreferenced cells (which are never referenced in the IFOs.)
  • E. Rebuild Time Map functions: the cell times and the PGC playback time are now updated also in the VTS_PGCITI table. Therefore, after using this function, the times shown in the PGC Editor should be accurate.
  • E. Create New Cell and Reassign VOB/Cell ID: New option to rebuild the time map tables. It is now possible to skip the Time Map creation. Useful to speed up things when using those function several times.
  • E. The error message "Can't create backup" is not displayed any more when the DVD is loaded from the DVD drive, and is therefore read-only.
  • E. Improved Read DVD functions, to cope with some severe authoring errors.
  • E. Added a note in the Check DVD-R Size dialog to warn the user that this function ignores the DVD-ROM files in the computation of the DVD size.
  • F. Trace mode: SPRM 20 (Player region code) was wrongly initialized with the region code value of VMGM_MAT instead of a bitwise XOR of this value.
  • F. Trace mode: In case of arithmetic overflow in Set operations, the result was rounded to 0 or 0xFFFF. Now, the right value, not rounded, is used.
  • F. PGC Editor -> remap VOB/Cell ID did not work on a menu PGC if the VOB file was not successfully scanned for menu buttons when the DVD was opened, for example because the menu VOB file was not present or was CSS encrypted. Similarly, Remove Cell did not update the PGC playback time.
  • F. When a menu PGC was killed and the video removed, the audio and subpic attributes were not cleared in the PGC.
  • F. Kill playback: a warning was sometimes issued when it was not needed.
  • F. Little bug fixed when PgcEdit was called with an invalid path as CLI arg.

DVDShrink plugin updated to v2.1:
  • F. Bug in DVDShrink Remote Buttons's Always allow the 'Title Menu' button to skip to the next title? function fixed. The Title button was ineffective in some cases.

New VOBU plugin:
  • With this plugin, you can change the entry VOBU sector and the last VOBU sectors of any PGC.
    Handy to skip intros, logos or credits embedded in the main movie.
    Please note that this method is not standard compliant, and may fail with some players!

Enjoy!
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Old 17th September 2006, 12:17   #395  |  Link
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Thanks a lot for the new version, r0lZ!

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Old 17th September 2006, 19:12   #396  |  Link
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The new version looks robust and speaks once again for the abilities of the author.

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Old 17th September 2006, 20:02   #397  |  Link
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Thanks Tobi, Rippraff and everybody!
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Old 17th September 2006, 20:50   #398  |  Link
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Thanks for the new Version.
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Old 17th September 2006, 21:32   #399  |  Link
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Congratulations!!

¡¡Congratulations, Roiz!!. Thank you very much for giving us your powerful program as a present. ¿Some day Pgcedit will work hd-dvd?
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Old 17th September 2006, 22:31   #400  |  Link
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¿Some day Pgcedit will work hd-dvd?
I don't think so. I don't like too much those new formats. IMO, it's mainly commercial business.
Anyway, currently there is still too few technical info to be able to do something. Maybe later...
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