[quote=hubchy;1864764]I am still attempting to reconstruct enough of a main menu to be able to export and play the DVD. I haven’t attempted to play it yet.
What I did was to take a VTS_ IFO (and BUP) file from another DVD and paste this into the DVD’s Video TS folder and then open the DVD in IfoEdit and do some adjusting of pointers, etc. I then was able to import the DVD into DVDReMake. Of course DVDReMake said there were problems and I had a number of errors to fix. I was able to go through and do things like fix chapter navigation in VTS 1 ‘titles’ and in PGC’s in program chains so that cells have correct program numbers.
I now have content in Video Manager, Menus en so that I have been able to recreate suitable buttons for ‘Play’ [movie] (command -Jump VMG title 1) and for 'Scene selection [chapters] (command - link PGC 2). I also will be creating a dummy DVD in a DVD authoring program so that I can import backgrounds on which to create the 3 separate chapter menus.
I am sure that I can now create a viable DVD but I would like to have access to the subtitles.[/quote]
What the heck happen to the original .IFO!! It seem you did a BAD rip.
Secondly, you have to define the characteristics of the subtitle channels fot the VTS. You can do so by selecting the subtitles tab in the lower right area and then clicking the box and hitting the “A” key to “Add Track” and the defining it characteristics. Next, click on the title within that VTS’s Program Chains that you want to enable the subtitle track for and in the upper right there will be a subtitles tabs for the Title in the VTS. Select the track you just added to the VTS and press the space bar to edit the track. Click the Enable box. Now any streams that ARE available from the .VOB will appear as options to assign to that track.
Thirdly, I suspect since you are dealing with mangled shit instead of a proper rip and doubt it will find any streams. If youi had a non-mangled VIDEO_TS.IFO Clone DVD can often create it’s own new fixed VTS_01_0.IFO file from scratch after scanning the file but basically you just need a poper file to begin with. Each VIDEO_TS.IFO is unique. What you did was put equivalent to teriyaki sauce on a pepperoni pizza and expecting teriyaki chicken to pop out of the oven. It simple doesn’t work that way.