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VobBlanker vs. Still Picture

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by klemperal, Mar 12, 2007.

  1. klemperal

    klemperal Regular member

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    What is the difference? When I used Vovblanker it just replaced the video with a black screen (same amount of seconds as what I blanked out). The "still picture" compression option lets me do the same thing more or less. Perhaps I'm not using vobblanker right, but I'm not sure I see a point to using the program if I can do the same thing with shrink. Your thoughts/coments?
     
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  2. klemperal

    klemperal Regular member

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    Anyone?
     
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    300bowler Regular member

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    U can do a lot more than blank with VobBlanker.

    U can also delete useless menus too, which saves space,

    VobBlanker also deletes unreferenced(fake) cells while correcting the structure.
     
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    yeah i remember using that to repair "scratched" discs.
     
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    I'll take VobBlanker over still image/picture any day and any time. With VobBlanker, you can edit (strip or cut out scenes if your an advanced user), blank and delete unwanted junks (FBI Warnings, previews/trailers, useless advertisements, useless menus/extras, etc.)
     
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    klemperal Regular member

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    I agree, you can do tons of stuff with vobblanker. My question is this--is it possible to remove an unwanted section entirely? Everytime I have used the program it just makes a black or "blank?" screen running over the exact same amount of time as the original VTS file did.
     
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