Many I do in DVDlab, however, some files lose audio sync during DVDlab’s demux and then remux, even though the sync is perfect in the original. I can only guess the reason, but with so many source formats being turned into one format, I’m sure there are a whole myriad of reasons.
But I know the original is perfect when left untouched.
Now, being the smart lad I am, I think I have figured it out.
- import the Winavi created DVD files. (project 1)
- import the dummy DVDlab created DVD files. (project 2)
- In Project 1, right click on “Video Title Set #” and select “Add Language Unit”. This creates a subfolder “Menus” under the Title set. This is where I was stumped before. I was expecting to find the words “create menu” or something.
- Optional: In Project 1, right click on Menus and select “Set Languge Code”. This is necessary if you want to make a multi-lanuage DVD.
- In Project 1, right-click on Menus, and select “Add PGC”. This will put a subfolder “PGC1” under the menus.
- In Project 2, right click on the menu you wish to copy and select “copy PGC”
- Back to Project 1; right-click Menus and select “add copied PGCs”. Do 6 & 7 again if there is more that one menu.
- In Project 1, right-click PGC1 and Select “Set Menu Catagory/Root Menu”
- In Project 1, make a command in PGC1 “Link PGC2”
- In Project 1, Under “Video Manager/First Play” change the command to ‘Jump VTS 1 “root” menu (title 1)’
I’m just a newbie to this software, so I am sure there are a few imperfections to this method, but it works for my needs.
Works fine and I’m off now to buy the software.