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Menu highlights are off on DVD player but show fine in DVD sub edit

Discussion in 'Video playback problems' started by dbzj14, Jan 30, 2016.

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    dbzj14 Member

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    I used ifoedit to change the flags in a PAL video vts files to NTSC. This worked great but when I play my DVD in a DVD player the highlights around selectable menu items in off by a lot.

    When I play the DVD in my computer drive or just play from the iso file I created the menu highlights look perfect.

    I loaded the vts files in DVD sub edit and they match up perfectly there as well, it's just when I play the DVD on a standalone DVD player that they are off.

    Is there something I am missing?
     
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    On the PAL DVD's that I have used the IfoEdit method, that's what I found.
    I had better luck using VobBlanker to set PAL to NTSC.
    Use a copy of the ripped files to test.

    Clipboard011.
     
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    Screenshot of converted disk.
    Highlight lines up with button.

    sharpe 002.
     
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    I tried out the program you recommended and I still get the same result with the menu. When I bring it into DVD sub edit the menu is lined up exactly right when I bring it in. Is there some other way I should be looking at the menu within DVD sub edit?
     
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