I don’t know what the structure of your DVD looks like, but if each video is in its own VTS and has the same aspect ratio and audio attributes as the other videos, you can copy all the videos and append to the end of the first video. Then delete the other video VTSs and associated VMG Titles. Then fix the menu to redirect to the appended videos.[/quote]
Ok…I’m starting to see it…using my test iso, I’ve gotten it to work, mainly by copying the pre-comands in the menu pgc from another DVD. Using the debugger, I think I even understand what it’s doing, but I’m not sure I could write my own command string.
Boy, I’m not sure the whole process is worth it, to be honest, but it’s all very fascinating to learn. Thanks for all your help in this.
One other question, when it takes the new VTS with the appended videos. I assume, that when exported it would be converted into a single vob. In my test I’m using small 4meg video files, but in a real dvd the video files combined would be way more than the 1 gig VOB limit of the DVD.
Does DVDR rencode the video and split it into the right vob size, does it just add the videos, then divide them, with no actual reencoding?