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  1. Banned
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    Originally Posted by likelinus
    vance43211 - honestly, shut up.

    1. I dont want to use any other program.

    2. I DONT want to divide a movie between 2 disc. All I need to know is how to re-edit the video_ts.ifo for a new VOB file. I'm sure there is a simple way of doing it with IFOedit, but I've yet to figure it out.

    3. Im NOT worried about the disclaimer, as stated, its VERY east to turn it off. What I want to do is simply REPLACE it with a trailer of my choice.

    Again you didn't READ my post. I need a good answer and not one that makes 2 disc and uses all these other useless software programs. I just need ideas on how to replace the warning with a new vob and edit the original video_ts.ifo and have the sectors match up against the vob.

    I don't want the trailers as the main menus. I could do that in any other DVD editing program.
    the moderators are smart. they never emailed me the response to this.

    that was probably a good thing

    the frame of mind that i was in at that time

    we would have another war going on at this forum

    i was currently in a war on another topic at that time

    I'll let this comment slide

    but for future refence you should not jump on people who are trying to
    help you out, when you left out a lot of details in your explanation in the first place.

    and even if i told you the wrong answer.
    i was still trying to help you out.

    you can't con a bee with vinegar .

    a lot of people have use dvdxcopy on this site and have ask how to remove this warning.

    and i responded by telling them to use ifoedit instead since it was free and it doesn't put that warning there.

    p.s. there is a way simpler process to do what you want, than the way you are doing it.
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  2. Your question was answered on this very site before you even asked it

    https://www.videohelp.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=162930
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    vborator crashes when i try to load video_ts file. i'm stuck at step 2
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    OS Compatibility:
    Windows 95/Windows 98/Windows Me/Windows 2000

    so, i'm running xp. any suggestions ?
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    ok, i got vobrator to work in win 95 compatibility mode
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    Originally Posted by hmazuji View Post
    ok, i got vobrator to work in win 95 compatibility mode

    when i try to play, it gives me runtime error. is there another alternative to vobrator
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  7. What are you trying to do? Replace an opening video with one you made yourself? If so, forget Vobrator. Make your replacement little DVD and do the replacing using VobBlanker.
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