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    I have authored a DVD with 10 chapter points - chapter 4 currently starts at the 20 minute point. I realise it should be at the 22 minute point. How can I move this chapter from 20 minutes to 22 minutes without having to re-author? I am familiar (rudimentary level) with IFOEdit and I can see the PGC for Chapter 4 and the incorrect time. I have PgcEdit and I'm afraid my eyes just glaze over even though I have read and re-read the help files - any help gratefully appreciated
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    Originally Posted by netmask56
    I have authored a DVD with 10 chapter points - chapter 4 currently starts at the 20 minute point. I realise it should be at the 22 minute point. How can I move this chapter from 20 minutes to 22 minutes without having to re-author? I am familiar (rudimentary level) with IFOEdit and I can see the PGC for Chapter 4 and the incorrect time. I have PgcEdit and I'm afraid my eyes just glaze over even though I have read and re-read the help files - any help gratefully appreciated

    Well i would do this by adjusting the celltimes. But that requires

    - extracting with pgcdemux
    - find the frame number you want chapter 4 to start and create a new celltimes with the new chapter 4
    - mux back together using muxman
    - then replace using vobblanker.
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  3. And another way - one that doesn't require reauthoring - is to add a chapter in VobBlanker using its Split function. Then you can open the new DVD with the extra Chapter in it in PGCEdit and change the navigation so it goes to the new cell rather than the earlier one when using the chapter menu. That's a little tricky, though, and Pinstripes23's method is easier, if more time consuming.
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