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DVD Menu's

Discussion in 'Other video questions' started by Spyrit, May 28, 2004.

  1. Spyrit

    Spyrit Guest

    ok, I'm not 100% sure this is the Forum for this, but I'll ask anyways..

    This is basically what I am doing.

    I have a Store bought copy of Farscape Season 1. I want to Take the menus from that and edit them so that I can use those same menus for copies of Seasons 2-4 that i've downloaded. being able to edit them and place the episode scenes and stuff in them.

    I've already Decrypted the DVD to my harddrive.. it's just converting the VOBs to avi I suppose and then being able to edit them? Suggestions on how to go about doing this would be appreciated.
     
  2. fugitive2

    fugitive2 Regular member

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    I guess making screen captures of these menu's
    and make your own hotspots and links on these,
    is the easiest way to do it, other "ways" are far too
    time consuming, and allmost impossible.
     
  3. Spyrit

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    Thanks for the reply.

    But I decided to go a different route.. I just captured the opening Sequence from one of the episodes and the soundtrack and using it as a Motion Menu setup. Worked out nicely..

     
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    Sorry, but you said you wanted to copy the same menu's... you can use the "zero" ended vob's (wich are used for the (motion) menu's, if needed, you can
    convert them, and use them as (motion) background
    in DVDLab.
     
  5. Spyrit

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    ahh DVD lab.. ok Thankyou..
     
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    I guess DVDLab need to demux it...
    DVDLab needs an external encoder for it's generated motion menu's or transitions.
    On the website of DVDLab, they have some nice guides,
    and the "help" function of DVDLab is also very good in that way...
     

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