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  1. Hello,

    I have retrieved one of the first DVDs I made some years ago. Unfortunately, I found one minute of useless things at the end of the video. So I'd like to know:

    - What is the best way to cut the last minute of the main video w/o re-compressing the whole thing?

    - The menu is very basic (moving background with a play button) but I don't want to redo it. There is no chapter on it. I guess I'll have to edit the ifo file in order to indicate in the DVD structure that the video is 1 min shorten. What's the best software to do that?

    Thanks in advance for any kind of answer

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    Open it with dvdshrink, selecting the re-author function, then just remove the last minute of the dvd, and re-save then burn
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  3. Thank you, worked like a charm
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    Glad I could help.
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  5. I still have a question:

    I have re-injected the VOB file (generated with DVDShrink) into the original DVD. When I play the DVD, it still indicates the original lenght. I suppose I have to edit the .ifo file. Is there a fast & good way to edit the .ifo file in order to indicate the VOB file is one minute shorten now?

    Tia

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