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Old 1 Jun 2007, 05:15 AM   #61
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Salut tout le monde, je recherche un programme pour convertir un mini dvd en divx en effet j'ai un dossier dvd-rtav avec dedans 3 fichiers (VR_MANGR.BUP, VR_MANGR.IFO, VR_MOVIE).
Merci d'avance ,parce que toute mes tentatives on était nulle.
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Old 1 Jun 2007, 06:07 AM   #62
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Essayes VirtualDUB-MPEG. Je ne suis pas sur qu'il accepte le format VR, surtout quand le film est réparti dans plusieurs fichiers séparés, mais c'est un excellent programme, gratos.

A propos, ta question n'a rien à voir avec PgcEdit. La prochaine fois, crée un nouveau sujet. Merci.
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ok
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Old 18 Jun 2007, 07:42 PM   #64
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Arrow PgcEdit v8.3 est disponible!

Comme d'hab, l'historique est en anglais. Sorry!

A. = Added feature
E. = Enhancement
F. = Fixed bug

PgcEdit v8.3 (June 18, 2007)
  • A. PGC Editor -> CellTimes.txt has now a new option to generate the timecodes in the format needed by CCE (HH:MM:SS:FF instead of HH:MM:SS.FF).
  • A. Added two items in the Help menu to open online web pages on the Regular Expressions syntax.
  • E. Select a non-hidden button/BOV by default: Better warning or info messages when some cells cannot be processed or do not need to be processed.
  • F. When trace mode was used before Delete Uncalled PGCs or Delete Uncalled VTSs, the Trace failed with an error message when the DVD was reloaded.
  • F. Trace: a LinkPTT command caused sometimes the trace to stop working.
  • F. Remap Title Numbers and Remap VTSs (and all functions using internally those functions, like Delete Uncalled PGCs or VTSs) failed when a VMGM cell with a button command that jumps to a target that must be remapped was reused. The remapping was applied twice, and the target was wrong.
  • F. Replace VTST Titles: The VMG_TT_SRPT table (global Title Play Map table) was not updated when the titles were replaced, except when there were more replacing Titles than in the original DVD. However, opening the PGC Editor for a replaced Title had the effect to force the update of the table.
  • F. Select a non-hidden button/BOV by default: The Links to the first cell, PG or PTT with HL_BTN parameter were sometimes converted to GOTOs, instead of kept with a new HL_BTN number.
  • F. Command Editor: When a Set command was selected, its optional Link command was LinkNoLink by default, even when this link command is illegal in the current domain or pre/post/cell area. Now, the first legal link command is selected by default.
  • F. Command Editor: It was possible to enter 0 as the TTN parameter of the JumpSS-VTSM command, and the illegal command was not highlighted in pink.
  • F. Commands listbox: Any valid Set command with a legal RSM sub-command was highlighted in red in the pre/post commands areas.
  • F. When some IFO/BUP/VOB file names are not in upper case on a FAT32 disc, they were not renamed to upper case due to an incredible Windoze bug!
  • F. The PGC comments of the PGCs deleted by functions like Delete Last PGC or Remove Menu were not cleared, and were reused if a new PGC was created at the same location.
  • F. The temporary files needed by PgcEdit are now created with an unique filename to ensure that no conflict exists with another instance of PgcEdit, and are usually automatically deleted after use.
  • F. Under Linux, Options -> Input/Output -> Select Web Borwser did not work because it expected a filename with the .EXE extension. Sorry Linux fans!


Search and Replace plugin v2.0 (June 15, 2007)
  • Changes to the original Search and Replace function:
    • It is now possible to specify #N fields in the replace string to copy the Nth. byte from the source string at that position. See help for details.
    • It is also possible to replace a specific byte by the result of a math expression enclosed in parenthesis and containing #N fields.
    • Added Presets menu to open or save the current Search and Replace strings.
    • Added the "Convert SetGPRMMD to Set" hardcoded preset as an useful example of %N substitutions and of the usage of the math expressions.
    • The last search and replace strings used are saved as a default preset, and loaded automatically the first time the GUI is opened.
    • It is now possible to work in PgcEdit when the Search and Replace window is opened. Handy to copy/paste commands.
    • The contents of the edit boxes are now selected automatically when they receive the focus.
    • The OK button has been replaced by a Replace button. Now, the Replace window is not closed any more when the "Replace" button is pressed.
    • Added a status bar in the window to display the number of replacements.
  • Added the new function "Auto Increment" to increment some parameters of a list of several commands automatically. Very handy to create, for example, a list of commands to jump to a specific chapter, based on the content of a GPRM.
  • New guide, courtesy of Blutach: How to use PgcEdit’s Search & Replace Plugin (for v2.0)

VOBU plugin 1.2 (June 6, 2007)
  • The temporary file needed to launch the preview is now created with an unique filename to ensure that no conflict exists with another instance of PgcEdit, and is automatically deleted after use.

XiRON plugin 1.2 (June 6, 2007)
  • The temporary INI file needed to launch VobBlanker is now created with an unique filename to ensure that no conflict exists with another instance of PgcEdit, and is automatically deleted after use.
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Old 26 Jun 2007, 03:21 PM   #65
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Arrow PgcEdit v8.4 est là! (June 26, 2007)

E. = Enhancement
F. = Fixed bug

PgcEdit 8.4 (June 26, 2007)
  • E. Important change in Tools menu configuration: %v is now substitued by the file name of the first VOB of the current domain (VIDEO_TS.VOB for VMGM or FP-PGC, VTS_##_0.VOB for VTSM if the file exists, and VTS_##_1.VOB for VTST.) Previously, %v was always substitued by the first VOB of the Title domain of the current VTS (VTS_##_1.VOB.) The new syntax is needed to launch DVDSubEdit from any domain, with the CLI argument: -F "%p\%v"
  • E. The menubuttons.but file is now created in the backup folder only when some buttons or BOVs have been found in the DVD.
  • F. Importand bug introduced in v8.3 fixed in the Command Editor: When editing en existing Set command, the link sub-command was sometimes forced to another link. For example Set ...; LinkPGCN 1 was forced to Set ...; RSM.
  • F. A LinkNextPGC, LinkPrevPGC or LinkGoUpPGC command with its target PGCN being 0 was not considered as a jump to nowhere, and caused an error when using Find Jumps to Nowhere, Find Jumps to Void PGCs or Delete Uncalled PGCs or Titlesets.
  • E. PgcEdit.exe for Windows is now wrapped with a patched freeWrap.exe so that its friendly name is "PgcEdit - IFO Editor" instead of "Tk DLL" and the version number of the executable is right.


DVDShrink plugin v 2.4 (June 25, 2007)
  • Added the function "Fix compilation with 50 or more Titles" to fix the wrong FP-PGC commands produced by Shrink when there are 50 or more Titles in a compilation made in re-author mode. As a bonus, the Title menu button can be used to skip to the next Title.
  • Fixed a bug in "DVDShrink Remote Buttons" when there are more than 63 Titles in the compilation and the GoUp button returns to the previous Title.

Search and Replace plugin v2.1 (June 20, 2007)
  • When a command is copied from the menu viewer or editor and pasted as the replace string in the Search and Replace GUI, it is enclosed in braces. It was impossible to delete the closing brace before the opening brace.
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Félicitations, ça devient de plus en plus difficile à suivre ...
Bientôt, on n'aura plus le temps de télécharger une version, que déjà la suivante sera sortie.
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C'est vrai, mais ce n'est pas vraiment volontaire! Les 2 dernières versions contiennent peu de nouveautés. Il y a 2 mois que j'ai décidé de lever le pied, à l'approche des vacances, et de ne plus faire que de la maintenance, bugfixing et ce genre de choses. Mais il se trouve que j'ai d'excellents beta-testers, qui traquent le moindre problème dans PgcEdit ou ses plugins. Et donc, même en vacances, j'ai toujours énormément de boulot!
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