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Old 2nd October 2004, 05:12   #121  |  Link
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Just to confirm in the readme.txt...

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Save DVD: save the IFO files of the DVD, in the original folder. The tables of VTS sectors are updated according to the VOB files contained in the folder at the time of the save operation.
...Save DVD performs a "Get VTS Sectors"?
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...Save DVD performs a "Get VTS Sectors"?
Yes.
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PgcEdit v0.3.5 released

PgcEdit v0.3.5 released!

Change log:
0.3.5 (October 4, 2004)
A. The menu buttons informations are now available also for Mac OS X users.
E. Blank Out all PGCs in Domain: added a confirmation dialog when overwriting the backup of the VOB file. Tooltips added for all options.
E. The PGC selector may now be placed on any side of the main window. The PGC labels are now more legible.
E. Tools configuration: Added argument substitution %n (Number of TitleSets)
E. New option "Use file browser instead of folder browser for Open/Save folder operations?"
F. Fixed a big bug with TTN number: was always the PGC number. The Title's entry PGC number were therefore also wrong. The TTN numbers are now correctly retrieved from the VTS_PTT_SRPT tables.
F. Open DVD: It is now possible to open a DVD located in a directory even if a VIDEO_TS subdir exist in this directory. The VIDEO_TS directory is now automatically selected only if there is no VIDEO_TS.IFO in the parent.
F. Set DVD-Text General Name: maximum string length bug hopefully fixed.
F. The total time of a multi-angle PGC is now calculated for Angle 1 only.
F. Command Editor CSetCLnk and CSetLnk bug fixed: When the IF 2nd operand is a value AND the IF checkbox is off, the Set's Value option was disabled.
F. Missing file in the source archive added.

Mac OSX users should refer to the homepage for installation instructions (Thanks to Damien).

Also, on the homepage is a new HTML version of 2COOL's guide "How to Completely Blank Out a Titleset (VTS) Using PgcEdit", and a new "PgcEdit Anleitung" by Tobi. Thank you, folks!
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Old 4th October 2004, 18:35   #125  |  Link
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Re: PgcEdit v0.3.5 released

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PgcEdit v0.3.5 released!


OK, I like this 1-UP showmanship!

P.S. The PGC Selector looks great, and the Info dump is just awesome. Thanks.

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PgcEdit justs keeps getting better and better! Great Job! Though I kind of wished that there was a PGC text dump for this on a next version.

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Sorry, I forgot about it. I will try to make a new release quickly...
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Sorry, I forgot about it. I will try to make a new release quickly...
Cool!

BTW, anyway of cleaning up the commands by excluding the " "?

[71 00 00 06 03 E8 00 00] 1 Set gprm(6) =(mov) 1000 "."
[71 00 00 06 00 01 00 00] 2 Set gprm(6) =(mov) 1 ".."
[71 00 00 04 00 01 00 00] 3 Set gprm(4) =(mov) 1 ".."
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I have been using the search field for quite some time now. I find myself always having to manually delete my previous search item or write over them. We need some kind of clear button or right-click option to clear. At the same time, a paste option too. Been using Ctrl+V alot. Can you have them in a future version?
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Hi r0lZ!

Thank you again for this great work.
Some time ago I asked about some type of playback option, something like debug that you can trace the way DVD is playing through programs. Then it wasn't possible 'couse then there was no menu buttons but now...? Is there any chance of that?

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BTW, anyway of cleaning up the commands by excluding the " "?
Why do you want that? I think it is valuable to see the ascii translation for situations like this:
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[61 00 00 00 00 90 00 00]   1  Set gprm(0) =(mov) sprm(16: preferred audio language) 
[20 A6 00 00 66 72 08 01]   2  if ( gprm(0) == 26226 "fr" ) then { LinkPGN Program 1, button 2 (2048) }
I can actually check if the code is in the valid range to be a language code and display it only in that case, but it may be strange to see the codes in some circumstances, and not in the others.
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I have been using the search field for quite some time now. I find myself always having to manually delete my previous search item or write over them. We need some kind of clear button or right-click option to clear. At the same time, a paste option too. Been using Ctrl+V alot. Can you have them in a future version?
Of course. It's easy
BTW, you may already use Control-k to erase the field.

[EDIT:] Added the following popup menu in the future v0.3.6:

Restore Default (Ctrl-Z)
Copy (Ctrl-C)
Paste (Ctrl-V)
Clear (Ctrl-K) (this is the default option, under the mouse pointer)

I have also added the same menu, without the first option, in the search field of the text viewer.
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Hi r0lZ!

Thank you again for this great work.
Some time ago I asked about some type of playback option, something like debug that you can trace the way DVD is playing through programs. Then it wasn't possible 'couse then there was no menu buttons but now...? Is there any chance of that?

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The Trace function is still a work in progress. Maybe I'll post a beta Trace in some time...
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[61 00 00 00 00 90 00 00]   1  Set gprm(0) =(mov) sprm(16: preferred audio language) 
[20 A6 00 00 66 72 08 01]   2  if ( gprm(0) == 26226 "fr" ) then { LinkPGN Program 1, button 2 (2048) }
I can actually check if the code is in the valid range to be a language code and display it only in that case, ...
I vote for this as the non-language codes come up just too often and very distracting.
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OK!

Extract of the version history of v0.3.6:

E. In the disassembly of integer values, the ASCII equivalent of the value
is now displayed only if it is a valid language code. (No more "..")

Example:
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[53 00 66 72 00 00 00 00]   1  (SetGPRMMD) Set gprm(0) in register mode =(mov) 26226 ("fr") 
[71 A0 01 00 90 00 65 6E]   2  if ( gprm(1) == 25966 ("en") ) then { Set gprm(0) =(mov) 36864 }
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Thanks for the future features! Since you were cleaning up the code, how about putting a space between : and p?

If I copied and posted commands like below, I get the .
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[61 00 00 00 00 80 00 00]   1  Set gprm(0) =(mov) sprm(0:preferred menu language)
With a space in-between, it looks better like this.

Code:
[61 00 00 00 00 80 00 00]   1  Set gprm(0) =(mov) sprm(0: preferred menu language)
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OK! But it's a bug in the forum! Smileys should not be displayed between [code] marks...
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Found a better solution: capitalization.
Code:
sprm(0:Preferred menu language)
sprm(1:Audio stream number)
sprm(2:Sub-picture stream number)
sprm(3:Angle number)
sprm(4:Title number in volume)
sprm(5:Title number in VTS)
sprm(6:PGC number)
sprm(7:Chapter number)
sprm(8:Highlighted button number)
sprm(9:Navigation timer)
sprm(10:PGC jump for nav timer)
sprm(11:Karaoke audio mixing mode)
sprm(12:Parental management country code)
sprm(13:Parental level)
sprm(14:Video preference and current mode)
sprm(15:Player audio capabilities)
sprm(16:Preferred audio language)
sprm(17:Preferred audio language extension)
sprm(18:Preferred sub-picture language)
sprm(19:Preferred sub-picture language extension)
sprm(20:Player region code)
sprm(21:Reserved)
sprm(22:Reserved)
sprm(23:Reserved for extended playback mode)
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That works too. Speaking of capitalization for the anal retentive people out there...

Since gprm and sprm are acronyms, shouldn't they be GPRM and SPRM?

No big deal for me though. It's just your personal touch.

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