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Using DVD2One to recombine two single layer discs (main menu issue)

Discussion in 'DVD2One forum' started by Pony321, Aug 16, 2004.

  1. Pony321

    Pony321 Regular member

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    I backed up my dvd9 movies with DVDFab. 2 blank discs are involved. Disc 1 includes the main menu, extras and part of the main movie. Disc 2 includes the rest of the main movie. I now have access to a DL burner and some DL media. What I want to accomplish is to combine the two backup discs and burn them onto a DL disc.

    DVD2One does a fantastic job of combining the two parts of the main movie in a seamless fashion with all the chapters under one title.

    what I need is to locate a program in which will copy the main menu along with the movie. In other words make the dvd9 mirror the origional.

    BTW a few of my origional dvd9 movies got trashed a while back and I just have the backups. Besides I'd like to learn how to do this in the event DL discs become relatively inexpensive. Thanks.
     
  2. Doc409

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    It's possible the new Shrink 3.2 might satisfy you, however, I think the best program to use would be DVD Remake Pro. This re-authoring program is used a lot by those at AD who also use the DVD-RB/CCE combo.

    You can get Remake info at www.dimadsoft.com . They have guides for a number of different tasks, and here is one for what you want to do:

    http://www.dimadsoft.com/dvdremakepro/ht_merge1.php

    I would add that a nice feature of Remake/Remake Pro is that it has a quick preview feature where you can play your edits to see if they work before you spend the time and money to burn them.

     
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  3. Pony321

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    Thanks Doc 409. Ill give it a try and let you know what I think.
     

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