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Old 13th January 2002, 15:48   #1  |  Link
Dipper
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Preserving Menues

Hi, got my Pioneer on Tuesday and followed the excellent tips on ripping found here and from Ifo edit (derrow what a m8 to us all).

Anyway I've been ripping full quality dvd with smartripper/Ifo edit
to one dvd'r or 2 dvd'r (larger movies) using the dummy vob method for second dvd'r..with great succes.Burt using prassi dvd.

My problem is I want to keep the menues at the start as original and also have these on the second dvd'r if a 2 disc movie, you see if I'm using 2 dvd'rs anyway there is usually plenty of space for the extra.
Basicaly all I want to do is a straight copy with the protection off,
as full quality is a must and dvd'r prices are falling fast..www.svpcommunications.co.uk

thx in advance...top forum
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Old 13th January 2002, 17:50   #2  |  Link
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three's a note on that in my dvd->2 dvd-r guide.. it can't be done (at least not at the moment) and it would probably require some major changed in ifo-edit to get that working because the changed to be made in the ifo files are considerable.
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