Probably it will take a bit longer when doing a full export, but you can’t really compare with PgcEdit and VobBlanker’s export functionality. These 3 programs are written in different programming languages and uses a different set of libraries. There are pros and cons in each app as you may already find out.
The export speed also depends on your HD speed, cache, CPU, and RAM. If you export to a different physical drive and both the source and destination folders are each in a Raptor drive, you’ll notice the export speed is considerably faster.
It also depends on how much edit you have done in DvdReMake Pro. With the main movie and menus it should take only a few minutes, of course it depends on how big (size) the movie and the menus are.
The advantage of using DvdReMake Pro is that it combines the main common tasks of PgcEdit and VobBlanker, besides having user-friendly interface, and supports multi-angle DVD. I’d like to add there are some very useful functions in PgcEdit and VobBlanker that I’d love to see added in DvdReMake Pro. And there are some useful functions in DvdReMake Pro that PgcEdit and VobBlanker do not have.