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Old 8 Jul 2010, 03:34 AM   #1
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Hi all,

I make DVD video in MPEG Vizard and I burn it into DVD disc. Make a this software some remarks into the one of the files(vob ....or other) that this dvd was made in womble software or licence number or something else? view from the other side. When I have a dvd video disc can I find out how it was made? And who made it?
That is quit interesting topic I have made quit big discusion about that with a few friedns and our opinion are completly diffrent. Does somebody any experience how is it possible to gain this infos from dvd video?

thanks for your opinions
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Old 11 Jul 2010, 02:53 AM   #2
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Hi,

speaking about Womble, in VTS_01_0.VOB I found.

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1  k` -@# $$$$$$(((((((,,,,,,,,000000044444488888<<<<@@@DDH   (c) 1998-2010 Womble Multimedia, Inc.
MPEG Video Wizard DVD 5.0.0.114 (01/2010)
Jul 5 2010
  @   ] 8@PP```pppp  +

(Sorry bout the binary stuff, but I haven't got a simple text-based dump tool loaded)
Offset about 0x800 ff

I can`t tell you if other mastering programs do the same.
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hi,
thanks. Did you get this infos from womble(can I also see it) or did you use special software? many thanks
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Hi alzika,

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hi,
thanks. Did you get this infos from womble(can I also see it) or did you use special software? many thanks


No, nothing spexcial. Its but viewing a binary file using a hex viewer / hex editor. And the Wombles are not very verbose, I think....

I inspected some commercial Video DVDs, but couldn't find any hints concerning the mastering program. This is at, least for me, of less interest But don't worry:

If you want or need a fine freeware hex viewer&editor and/or further infos, look at www(. softcircuits(.)com(/)cygnus


Greetings
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