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    I have 2 different dates of live music with complete VOB, IFO and BUPs for each but I want to put them onto 1 disc. They dont have menus or chapter points. Id like to make a top menu to list both dates, and link to submenus for each date with chapter points for all the different songs. I searched here and found this guide for combining the file sets, but couldnt create the submenus like I want with TMPGEnc. Is what I want even possible? if so what software will allow me to do it? Thanks for any help with this.
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    TMPGEnc DVD Author

    Click Source Setup and choose Add DVD Video for each VOB.

    Click Create Menu and create a menu

    Click Output and choose a folder to create your TS folder

    If you get a warning that file is too big, shrink file with DVD Shrink and burn with software of choice. DVD Decrypter, Nero, TDA etc...
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    If you want to do it for free, use VOB2MPG to extract the video/audio out of the VOB structures, then GUIForDVDAuthor to author a new disc, and imgburn to burn the results.
    Read my blog here.
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    I shoulda done more research before getting TDA. I hate buying any software if I can get the equivalent for free.

    A CoreAVC hack would sure be nice. $20 to $100 is way too much to pay to view HDAVC on a PC.
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    Thanks for the replys you two. I was working with the trial version of TMPGEnc DVD Author and couldnt get the menu to work out like I wanted, maybe because it was the trial? I am going to give guns1inger's suggestion a shot.

    Last night I found out my friend has Sony Vegas and DVD architect on his work laptop and he said one of those might be able to do what I need. Anyone know if this is correct?
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    Originally Posted by DarrellS
    I shoulda done more research before getting TDA. I hate buying any software if I can get the equivalent for free.
    I doubt you could find a free authoring tool that's as user friendly as TDA.

    Originally Posted by DarrellS
    A CoreAVC hack would sure be nice. $20 to $100 is way too much to pay to view HDAVC on a PC.
    Needs a fast PC too. My 2Gig processor can only play HD clips in slow motion.
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    Originally Posted by pheldd
    Last night I found out my friend has Sony Vegas and DVD architect on his work laptop and he said one of those might be able to do what I need. Anyone know if this is correct?
    What version number are those, and are they the "Studio" or "Full" versions

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    Originally Posted by GeorgeW
    Originally Posted by pheldd
    Last night I found out my friend has Sony Vegas and DVD architect on his work laptop and he said one of those might be able to do what I need. Anyone know if this is correct?
    What version number are those, and are they the "Studio" or "Full" versions

    Regards,
    George

    Vegas 7 and DVD arch 4, I guess the most recent. I asked him "studio or full" and he wasnt sure but thinks they are full versions.
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