Just got DVDNextCopy with the sole intention of duplicating multiple DVDs to Blu-Ray (for those not in the know, it converts the entire DVDs into Blu-Ray, along with the menus). One thing it doesn't do is allow you to create your own backgrounds for the opening menu. Another piece of software, DVD-Cloner Platinum does, but will only work on 6 DVDs.
Is there any software that will allow me to change the background images on the opening menu?
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Last edited by magnu; 30th Sep 2012 at 12:46. Reason: Wrong name of software
Do they reconvert? Or just copy the video? If they just copy I might add them to our tools list.
Nope, I don't know any other that keeps the menus and ou can adjust the background.
As I understood it only copy DVD Disc up to ten!!
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It keeps stressing the term "VideoDVD", so I believe it's just the movie portion.
I haven't converted to Blu-Ray, but just ran the created disc through VLC & you're correct. No menus. Think I'll forget about this method & go back to AVCHD.
The only softwares then that converts the menus which I'm aware of are from DVD Logic (DVD2BD, etc..), but they only do one DVD, which I think is rather pointless.
Last edited by magnu; 30th Sep 2012 at 12:43.
I found I could make oversized dvds in DVD Lab Pro (using a VMG menu + each movie as a separate VTS) or I could make them in AVStoDVD using a custom output size, which I set to 23500mb.