repairing faulty menu links
Posted 23 October 2012 - 03:28 PM
Posted 25 October 2012 - 10:57 AM
Posted 29 October 2012 - 01:58 AM
the iso's are from various sources
Are you getting the ISOs from uploads from a "website" or from another DVD? Movie DVD illegal? If there is faults while that is happening then more than likely a problem in the codec.
I use a program and I can ask it to do what ever I want it to do. If you don't have a program to by pass the coding then you get the menu problem that you describe. You also get the problem of where the computer will copy but not make it playable.
DVDShrink will copy your ISO onto a disc using ImgBurn to burn. If you still can't play it, then its the codec.
using dvd decryptor or nero
Is so old world.
Posted 06 November 2012 - 02:50 PM
Yes, it is possible and quite easy. Use a program called DVDReMake Pro, a cracked copy is available on torrent sites. Its much easier to use. Note that you cannot edit an ISO while it is packed as an ISO. You will need to mount the image and pull the VIDEO_TS folder out, then you can work on your DVD.
what programme am i using for what exactly? the iso's are from various sources and as soon as they are mounted on my pc the faults are there and are still there after burning the said iso to disc using dvd decryptor or nero. of course these burning programmes just copy the iso to disc as it is. i need a programme that will allow me to edit the menu and make it loop on itself and also the film once watched i would like it to return to the main menu instead of just stopping completely is this possible?
PGC Edit is a difficult program to use, more for pros. But you can do anything to your DVD with that software if you know how to use it.
i already have pgc edit , but not only does it look a really complicated programme, but i cannot see anyway it will repair where certain menus start and finish or loop etc. am i making any sense at all? i dont think i am using the correct terminology, so if you know what i mean thats a great start!
Edited by DeLBaSS, 06 November 2012 - 02:59 PM.
Posted 09 November 2012 - 11:56 PM
Note that you cannot edit an ISO while it is packed as an ISO.
Exactly. If you have an ISO that is usually the end product.