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Old Jan 07, 2002, 03:56 PM
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Talking How To Make A Movie Over 4.5gb Fit A Dvd-r/rw Guide

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N.B for the movie only
I have tried this several timeís only on region one dvdís & it works for me on my CYBERHOME 528, PLAYSTATION 2, YELO 800 & on my M8ís Dansai 852
It involves lowering your movie file bit rate to be able to fit to a 4.7gb DVD-R.

You will need the following software:
Win2k or Xp with HD converted to NTFS
Smartripper (or DVD decrypted)
Vob merger or file merger.

1. Extract the movie files Only (include the main ifo file.)
2. Create a temp sub folder in the Video_ts folder. I.e. c:\video_ts\merge
3. Fire up file/vob merger.
4. Select all movie vobís and merge to one file.
5. Fire up ReMPEG2 select tab Main. Under this section open your merged vobís. ReMPEG2 will now create a log of the file. (This will take time depending on the speed of your pc.)
6. After it has finish doing the log, click option tab and choose the following 3 settings only. A. Bit rate scale factor take to 60%
B. Output resolution 352 x 576
C. Fame mode: match source.

7. Back to main tab. Now selected encode. Now choose name and save in
Your temp sub folder. i.e. C:\video_ts\merge\superman. This will now create a
M2v file.
This will take some time!!!!

Once that is done create another temp folder within the video_ts folder i.e. c:\video_ts\newdvd & fire up Ifoedit.

8. Open the VTS.01.0.ifo movie file you ripped with your movie files.
9. Select the Vobís Extraís button. And check the following.

A. Re-mux
B. Correct vob unit.
C. Remove P-Uops
D. Corrected IFO tables.
E. Create new video_ts.
F. Select directory to save. DO NOT CHANGE the vts file name.
G. M2v file to re-mux. Navigate to where ReMPEG2 created the file. Now click OK. Ifoedit will now do its thing. Save everything & also save a BUP when asked.(donít forget to make it region free)

10. Your temp folder (video_ts\newdvd should now contain the following: (example)

Video_Ts (ifo file)

11. Now open your newly created Ifoís starting with Vts_01_0.ifo (Example) main Ifo
12. Now run get VTS SECTORS and save over the IFO.
13. Do the same with the VIDEO_TS. Ifo

Finally go to your ripped folder & remove all the files except the 2nd temp sub folder C:\video_ts\newdvd. Now move the entire files from that folder in to the main video_ts folder & remove the temp folder. Your folder should be a follows Example. C:\video_ts

Video_Ts (ifo file)

Now burn to your dvd-r/rw using Data UDF mode
Old Jan 09, 2002, 03:50 PM
jesseg31 jesseg31 is offline
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when i use rempg, is the size of the file created gonna be the size of the movie, cuz mine went down all the way to 2GB...should that be?
Old Jan 09, 2002, 07:55 PM
jyyi jyyi is offline
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Default out of curiosity

will this process work if i decide to keep all the files? I would like the menu and special features as well for some dvds.

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