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  1. Syrnix

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    is there a way to copy a movie on to two disks like a tv series and have the menus still work.
     
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    anyone know if there is a way to do this. DVD shrink will not work.
     
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    does anyone know how to do this or if it can be done at all.
     
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    DVDXCopyPlatinum in the advanced selection gives the option of compressing or splitting. When splitting the menus and trailers go to both discs. This is probably the easiest as it does everything automtically when you make the right selections. The 4.0.3.8 and later versions come with a manual in PDF format if one needs a guide. Note: Check on availability and activation for your area. This is the program banned by US court.

     
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    I have a splitting guide for episodic DVD's if you have DVDRemake
    http://www.deano.dsl.pipex.com/dvdremake/dvdremake.htm

    but you can use DVDShrink if you blank out the episodes you don't want using a black image. In most cases you should be able to do it with No Compression ;)

    one downside is that if you select an episode that has been removed you will just see a black screen :(

    Vobblanker is another free tool you could use to blank out unwanted episodes

    :edit: lol, I keep forgetting about DVDStripper & Menumodder being able to split DVD's
    _X_X_X_X_X_[small]DVD Backup Tools and Guide

    http://www.Deano.dsl.pipex.com/dvdremake/dvdremake.htm
    http://www.DVDStripper.com[/small]
     
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