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    Hello,

    I've been trying to edit a DVD and re-author it, but so far no luck. The editing consists of removing three scenes from the dvd. What would be the best way to do this.

    My goal is to keep the exact structure as it is now (so menu's chapter, trailers and whatever), just the main movie without the three scenes.

    Should I first demux everything and than mux it together?

    Edit: I've extracted the subs allready in a .txt file.

    Thanks in advance!
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    DVD Remake pro.

    If you want to use free tools checkout vobblanker (click on it for guides).
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    Originally Posted by Baldrick View Post
    DVD Remake pro.

    If you want to use free tools checkout vobblanker (click on it for guides).
    Okay, well I've managed to edit the main movie the way I want it. I've also managed to edit the subtitles in such a way they are in sync with the movie again.

    So now I've the following problems. First I need to convert the mpeg2 file to .vob files and mux the subtitles together with them. Then I've to update the .ifo files so everything fits nicely together again. I've allready tried this, but it didn't work. Do you know any tools and ways I can accomplish this? If needed I can upload files or pictures of how it looks like.
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    How are you doing that? And how does it not work?

    You can read the dvd subtitle replace guide that I made for some tips, https://forum.videohelp.com/threads/277950-How-to-add-new-subtitles-to-an-existing-DVD (method 2)
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    "Edit & Re-author DVD with same structure" - WHY? Why does it need to have the SAME structure? If "similar" works, you could easily author in ANY dvd authoring app (free or pay) and probably include subs to boot.

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  6. Originally Posted by PurpleHaze22 View Post

    Okay, well I've managed to edit the main movie the way I want it. I've also managed to edit the subtitles in such a way they are in sync with the movie again.
    And how many hours did you waste doing all that? You didn't even have to demux. As Baldrick mentioned, VobBlanker can easily do what you want. He even mentioned checking the VobBlanker guides on the VobBlanker page. To make it easier for you, since apparently you don't know what to look for, I'll link to the applicable guide below:

    http://download.videohelp.com/jsoto/guides/VobBlanker/prevcut/index.php
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    Originally Posted by manono View Post
    Originally Posted by PurpleHaze22 View Post

    Okay, well I've managed to edit the main movie the way I want it. I've also managed to edit the subtitles in such a way they are in sync with the movie again.
    And how many hours did you waste doing all that? You didn't even have to demux. As Baldrick mentioned, VobBlanker can easily do what you want. He even mentioned checking the VobBlanker guides on the VobBlanker page. To make it easier for you, since apparently you don't know what to look for, I'll link to the applicable guide below:

    http://download.videohelp.com/jsoto/guides/VobBlanker/prevcut/index.php
    Well, I think 5 or 6 hours. Long story short, I wasn't knowing what I was doing. So I followed the VoBBlanker guide and now I did the job in just half an hour. Thanks for the support!
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