I notice when I use BDSup2Sub it will export .ifo/.sup pair. Also when I load a .sup in DVDSubEdit it will ask for the .ifo file. I haven't been able to find a FAQ or info specific to the .sup format and what is actually in the .ifo file.
I notice though, that authoring with just the .sup often produces funky colors that have to be fixed with PgcEdit or other tool. But many authoring/conversion programs don't even look for the .ifo. Anyone know what the skinny is or a good reference for related info?
It's got to have something to do with color conversion or palette or something?
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It just strikes me weird because it seems like every time I supply a .sup file to a DVD authoring program I get a mixed florescent red/blue color that's like trying to read a photographic negative. Seems bizarre that it always happens.
Oh well, probably one of those things like why does the bread land butter side down all the time.
As long as I can fix it with PgcEdit then no loss.