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  1. I make lots of DVDs with multiple episodes on them. For example, I create 4 VTSes and plop an episode in each. What would be ideal is a button or setting that would set the menu button text to the file name which is usually something like "EP01 - The Start". It is a pain having to type in or cut and paste all these titles!

    Please be gentle if such a feature exists but I just haven't found it!
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    It is a good idea... I will look into it.
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    I was just thinking about this exact idea and thought I better search for an existing post on this topic before starting a new one. I agree - this would be a great feature when creating dvds containing several episodes. I find myself having to retype all the titles or swapping between Windows Explorer and SVCD2DVD to copy/paste their file names.
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    I will add it to the list! New release will be out soon.
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  5. I have to chime in on this one. Auto generated menu would be great.
    I never do any fancy motion menus or use sound anyway.


    One question though, has or will subtitle support other than .sup be
    enabled? I notice on the web page it mentions AviSynth script
    support. Does that mean if I stick a VobSub() line in the script
    I can hard sub from idx/sub? Just wondering.
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