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badwolf

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  1. How would I go about splitting the cells before muxing? Is this something that can be done in DVDLab, or something that goes right back to the MPEG encoding stage?
  2. No, there is a small Ident at the beginning of the DVD in a separate VTS, but that is only 8mb in size. So are you saying I'm attempting the impossible? Surely there must be a way to split the file across the layers?
  3. Hi, I am new to this forum and have read the guides, but am still experiencing problems with the creation of an ISO of a double layer DVD. The file I'm trying to create is a DVD I have authored in DVD lab. The DVD contains one video which has three angles, and three audio tracks. The video is about 2hrs 12mins long, but I am having extreme difficulty in creating an ISO that I will be able to burn to Verbatim DVD+R DL. When I load the folder into ImgBurn, I got the "end of the world message", so loaded the files into VobBlanker to create a break to place the layer break. When I do this, I get a message saying that the multi-angle file isn't actionable, and the action is set to "Skip" instead of "Process". I've tried changing the action to "Process", and placing a cell break in the area specified by ImgBurn, but when I load the new files into ImgBurn, I get the same message as though the action I just specified didn't work at all. Can someone please offer some advice as to how I can get this to work? From being miles away from the solution, I feel I am so close now, so any advice would be greatly appreciated!!!
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