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  1. Hello,

    Is there a Way to remove these quick and easy? I have some DVDs on my HDD. Can i patch out all the menus with some tool? I know, it would work to throw the dvds through a ripper, but maybe there is an easier method?


    Sorry, english is not my native Language



    thanks a lot
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    Originally Posted by schmutzbrust View Post
    Hello,

    Is there a Way to remove these quick and easy? I have some DVDs on my HDD. Can i patch out all the menus with some tool? I know, it would work to throw the dvds through a ripper, but maybe there is an easier method?


    Sorry, english is not my native Language



    thanks a lot
    I know of a program (DVDReMake) which allows removing secondary menus for things like scene selection, language and subtitles if they are not needed. However, I have not used it so I don't know if DVDReMake allows removing the main menu as well to create a true menuless DVD.
    Ignore list: hello_hello, tried, TechLord
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  3. if you just want to ignore menus and jump into your title, then PGCEdit is very powerfull tool and fixes just VIDEO_TS ,
    not sure f you can jump into a title from First Play right away, you might create dummy VMGM and jump into your title from there.

    advantage
    -you can leave original First play jump command there (at the bottom) and always reverse that DVD, VIDEO_TS to work as it was by just loading it into PGCEdit and delete those first lines in First Play, what you added there
    disadvantage
    -difficult to grasp what is going on in that PGCEDIT, learning basic commands (create VMGM, jump into VMGM, jump to title) so only worthy if you do a lots of those DVD's like that, but PGCEdit would help you with its interface with those commands so you do not need to remember them
    - you still have your menus there, nothing is removed
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    Since the discs are already ripped to .iso or .vobs, you can use DVDShrink and choose the main movie (and extras if you choose) only. I will only take a few minutes since your source is on the hard drive. I do this with my dvds since it won't rip discs with newer copy protection.
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  5. Thanks to all. I'll check that next Days
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