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  1. What code I need to add (change) here?
    Title 1 must jump to Title 2.

    Code:
    VMG , First-Play PGC  - Chapters: n/a,  Programs: n/a,  Cells: n/a 
    
    ********** pre commands:
       1  (JumpTT) Jump to Title 1 
    ********** post commands:
    ********** cell commands:
    
    
     Playback time:  00:00:00.00 (at 30 fps)
    ...
    Code:
    VTST 2 , 1   TTN 1  (0:23)  Title 1 - Chapters: 2,  Programs: 2,  Cells: 2 
    
    ********** pre commands:
    ********** post commands:
       1  (JumpTT) Jump to Title 2 
    ********** cell commands:
    
    
    
     Playback time:  00:00:23.14 (at 30 fps)
    ...
    Code:
    VTST 1 , 1   TTN 1  (1:48:53)  Title 2 - Chapters: 33,  Programs: 33,  Cells: 36 
    
    ********** pre commands:
    ********** post commands:
    ********** cell commands:
    
    
    
     Playback time:  01:48:53.07 (at 30 fps)
    ...
    And where is available Program Chain (PGC) language reference or info?
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  2. You cannot jump from title 1 to Title 2 in straight jump if those titles are placed in different VTS's. So just create dummy VMG (empty WMG, right click VMG area and choose dummy PGC). Then Jump from the end of Title1 to that VMG (post-command section). And also within that particular VMG PGC write a command (into pre-command section) jumping from that VMG into Title2.

    Use that PGCEdit to offer you what to select, you do not need to remember any VMcommands. For example double click any line on the right and command line editor pops up. If there is no command yet in that PGC on the right (you just created it empty), double click that NOP line. NOP is a specific command that does nothing.
    Last edited by _Al_; 22nd Feb 2017 at 11:46.
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  3. @_Al_,

    Cool. I figured out.
    In PcgEdit toolbar Menu I add New Menu. Then right click on it New dummy PGC. Then in Title 1 post command section I add command (CallSS) Call the VMGM PGC 2, resume cell 1

    Code:
    VMGM , LU 1 (en) , 1  (dummy)  TitleM - Chapters: n/a,  Programs: 0,  Cells: 0 
    
    ********** pre commands:
       1  (JumpSS) Jump to First Play PGC 
    ********** post commands:
    ********** cell commands:
    
    
    
     Playback time:  00:00:00.00 (at 30 fps)
    Code:
    VMG , First-Play PGC  - Chapters: n/a,  Programs: n/a,  Cells: n/a 
    
    ********** pre commands:
       1  (JumpTT) Jump to Title 1 
    ********** post commands:
    ********** cell commands:
    Code:
    VTST 2 , 1   TTN 1  (0:23)  Title 1 - Chapters: 2,  Programs: 2,  Cells: 2 
    
    ********** pre commands:
    ********** post commands:
       1  (CallSS) Call the VMGM PGC 2, resume cell 1 
    ********** cell commands:
    Code:
    VMGM , LU 1 (en) , 2  (dummy) - Chapters: n/a,  Programs: 0,  Cells: 0 
    
    ********** pre commands:
       1  NOP 
    ********** post commands:
       1  (JumpTT) Jump to Title 2 
    ********** cell commands:
    Code:
    VTST 1 , 1   TTN 1  (1:48:53)  Title 2 - Chapters: 33,  Programs: 33,  Cells: 36 
    
    ********** pre commands:
    ********** post commands:
    ********** cell commands:
    So now. When I run VIDEO_TS.IFO it plays VTS_02_0.IFO and after that starts VTS_01_0.IFO ...
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  4. That jump from VMGM dummy, could be in pre-command section. Because it is just dummy and there is no content. Not sure if it is faster or not.
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  5. Good.
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