My wife was watching a very old family DVD the other day & found several spelling errors on menu. I assumed that this should be rather easy to correct using DVDReMake & other programs that I have. I copied the DVD to the hard drive & opened the Video_ts file & found that the menu in error was called VTS_01_0. Windows said that this is an MPEG2 file.
Using an authoring program , Sony DVD Architect, I created a new background which I imported into SONY Vegas. There I stretched the still to the same length as the music as was on the original & rendered the file out as MPEG2. I had supposed that the I could just replace the VTS-01_0 file with the new MPEG2 file that I had created after I had renamed the MPEG2 file to VTS_01_0. & keeping the MPEG2 files extension. Can I now use this file I have created be using to replace the offending file using DVDReMake or have I just been wasting my time? If it can’t be done this way how is it done?