[QUOTE=Kerry56;2667982]I’m not even sure it [B]can[/B] be done in PGCEdit php111. I’m not a fan of working in dvd structures, and would rather work with the elemental streams personally. I was mostly taking a small dig at Wombler. :)[/QUOTE]
[QUOTE=php111;2667979]Thank you for the replies. No special reasons why I want to use IFOedit, or PGCedit for splitting in 2. I just want to try something different. Would there be any guides/tutorials on PGCedit since I’m guessing that person isn’t available right now?
Off topic: Someone sent me a friend request, and I don’t know the person, and I don’t even use forum friend list, so it’s going to be pending for a while, or I’ll deny it right away. I seen the email notification.[/QUOTE]
It can be done in PgcEdit but most people use the easiest, most automated, route to do these sorts of things so I don’t think you’ll find a dedicated guide.
All you have to do is blank an appropriate number of cells in the main movie then do the opposite for disc two.
If required, you can produce two discs with fully functioning menus using this method, or alternatively you can blank everything else and go for the simpler movie only copy.
If you do go down the full menu route you may want to go a bit further and edit chapter selection menus for example or other menus to tie in with the revised disc content.
Stuff like this can be very interesting though and would give you further opportunity to experiment if that’s what you’re after.