I’m sorry, but I seem to have misunderstood some of the information in DVDFab. I thought that the term “title” in DVDFab corresponded to a physical set of files on the disc. I didn’t understand until now that a single set of video files may appear as more than one title in DVDFab.
I suggest that some information about how to handle seemingly identical titles like these is added to the DVDFab tutorial for Customize and Customize Split. Perhaps something like this would help others:
[I]When you copy a disc where two or more titles represent the same set of video files, you may not save space and you may not increase quality by unchecking one or more of the titles. You just risk losing functionality such as scene selection.
If you use Customize or Customize Split, you may have to check (include) two or more seemingly identical titles in order to have access to both Play All and scene selection for these titles.
When you use Customize Split, you manually determine the split point, i.e. what chapters of each title go on each disc. You must ensure that the same split point is set for all titles representing the same set of video files. DVDFab doesn’t do this automatically for you. [/I]
The discs I’ve seen this title structure on include “Elton 60 Live at Madison Square Garden” (2-disc DVD, NTSC, all regions) and “The Darjeeling Limited” (PAL, region 2).