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Old 10th March 2004, 19:46   #61  |  Link
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i highly recommend REJIG (freeware) to remux the files instead of ifoedit. it gives you the option to do it on NTSC, as it has been documented that ifoedit cant do it.
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Old 11th March 2004, 00:51   #62  |  Link
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all my sources are ntsc and don't had any problem!

but thanks for recommend Rejig,
i will use too, i'm doing the same with all my musicals!

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Old 20th July 2004, 14:46   #63  |  Link
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This whole process of adding an audio-stream is completely mechanical (no decisions to make...). Is there a change of automating this (at least partially) any time soon?
Either by extending one (or more) of the tools used (IfoEdit, VobEdit, ReJig).
Or by writing a tool that uses the other tools and does the rest automatically?

Why i ask for this?
See this thread for more:
Downrate audio?

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Old 10th September 2004, 22:21   #64  |  Link
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perhaps it was answered in previous posts.
When adding an extra subtitle stream there are few other steps involved?
Iam adding subs to notsubbed dvd. Followed ur steps even added subid to video_ts.ifo.
Still not able to select them.

EDIT: Forgot to remove user prohibits, its all ok now.

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Old 20th September 2004, 07:34   #65  |  Link
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4 days gone

5 days ago i have trouble with adding new audio to NTSC DVD.

IFOedit authoring DVD don't understand correct NTSC timing on CellTimes.txt. original DVD - 15 cells ; reautored 12 cells.
and when i lost huge time (all this days while wait 4 day pause after registering on forum.doom9.org) i try rejig. Rejig made all correct!!


PS: How i need correct original IFO if i add new sub to DVD?
Code:
[0000001c] Sub-Picture stream 1 status   -2147483648        [80000000]
           Sub-Picture stream 1 uses steream nr.(4:3)        0
           Sub-Picture stream 1 uses steream nr.(wide)       0
           Sub-Picture stream 1 uses steream nr.(letterbox)  0
           Sub-Picture stream 1 uses steream nr.(pan&scan)   0
[00000020] Sub-Picture stream 2 status   -2147483648        [80010101]
           Sub-Picture stream 2 uses steream nr.(4:3)        1
           Sub-Picture stream 2 uses steream nr.(wide)       1
           Sub-Picture stream 2 uses steream nr.(letterbox)  1
           Sub-Picture stream 2 uses steream nr.(pan&scan)   1
[00000024] Sub-Picture stream 3 status   0                  [00000000]
what i mast set on [00000024] Sub-Picture stream 3 status[/b]

and what i mast do if i want swap 1 SUB with new one and place 1 to 3

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Old 20th September 2004, 09:14   #66  |  Link
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I think there's something wrong in your post: according to the hex value your Subpictures-stream 2 status should be -2147549441, and not the same as stream 1. I think you should edit the status value of stream 3 so that hex is 80020202, and so to -2147615234.
To swap the subtitles, just swap the two stream status values.
BTW, I'll soon edit the guide to something like "Adding an audio/subtitle stream to an existing titleset"
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Old 20th September 2004, 09:37   #67  |  Link
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oops, yes you right. -2147549441 (my mistype error)

thanx. i'll try. your value. (80020202, and so to -2147615234.)

BTW, can you teel how you calculate this value?
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Old 20th September 2004, 09:41   #68  |  Link
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It's very simple: 80020202 is an hexadecimal value, 2147615234 is the corresponding decimal value (I just used Windows calculator)
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Old 20th September 2004, 11:00   #69  |  Link
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You may edit the subpic and audio stream status easily with PgcEdit, in the PGC Editor. You will see the real stream assignments, not a cryptic hex number converted to a negative decimal!
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Old 25th May 2010, 23:44   #70  |  Link
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I've tried this method but the audio in the re-authored dvd is out of sync. I pretty new to this whole thing but I assume that the new audio has to be the same length as the movie.
Is there a way I can insert a slightly shorter audio into the dvd and have is synced with the video?
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Old 26th May 2010, 08:58   #71  |  Link
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You have to process the audio separately, better in an audio editor (its length should be the same till the last milisecond), or in any audio-aware videoeditor (premiere & co).
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Old 25th November 2022, 20:14   #72  |  Link
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Hi Dave82.
The guide works perfectly for DVDs, thank you.
Have any guide to change the audio from mp4 video?
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Old 28th November 2022, 08:41   #73  |  Link
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While that thread has been silent for 12 years, you may use MeGUI -> Tools -> Muxer -> MP4 Muxer
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Emulgator,
the good part is that this cool topic revives.
I was out from the forum for long time and don't know anythiing about " MeGUI -> Tools -> Muxer -> MP4 Muxer" but i will help.
Thank you very much!
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