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Old 1 Jun 2006, 01:43 PM   #46
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It must have. How strange!

I've not used this tool much, but did not notice its effect on region codes. Easy to cure but hard to figure out why it occurred in the first place.

Thanks for bringing it to our attention.

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Old 1 Jun 2006, 02:32 PM   #47
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Chapter Edit replaces .ifo files with new ones after adding or deleting chapters. With masscamp24's experience, there must be a bug in the program that alters the region code. I've tried this tool a few times for testing and so far never had this problem yet. Unfortunately, there is no new update for this program

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hi.

great thread. i was just wondering how the process changes when, after using vobedit to compile all the vob files together, the resulting file is more than 1GB?

at what point do you start separating them into 1GB files?
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You don't have to worry about that. VobEdit will do that for you automatically. For example, if you have a combined files which are over 1 GB, VobEdit will make 2 .vob files (one of 0.99 GB and the rest of the file belongs to the second .vob file)

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