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"Customize menu background"

"Put two DVDs to one disk keeping original menus"

"Insert chapter into DVD movie keeping menus"

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   Encode bitmap file to mpeg-2 and convert it to vob-file  
 
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I have successfully used DVDRemake to do several 1:1 and 1:2 copies as well as tweak some of my own movies. I am one that doesn't like to lose menus when I do backups, but definitely do want to lose previews, logos, etc. I have tried a lot of the so-called "automatic" programs like DVD-Fab, DVD X-Copy, etc., but have not had much success with them. Let's face it, every DVD is a little different, and to expect a program to account for everything is asking a lot. I think of DVDRemake as a "Visual" IFOEdit. rubicat
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MPUCoder has developped Muxman - a wonderfull application to multiplex video/audio/subpicture streams together with outstanding quality. One of the "side effects" of the application is its ability to encode bmp-file to mpeg-2 and convert it to vob-file. Of course we will use it for the task.

Step 1. Download Muxman from the great MPUCoder site if you still don't have it (free version will be sufficient for our purposes): http://mpucoder.com/Muxman

Step 2. Start Muxman.

Step 3. Click on the ... box in the Video window at top of Muxman screen.

Step 4. Locate and Select your bitmap file. Note that Muxman only accepts 24-bit bitmaps and that image should be of correct size (720x480 pixels for NTSC and 720x576 pixels for PAL).

Step 5. Select Close on the Import file list panel.

Step 6. Select Destination folder at bottom of Muxman screen for your dummy DVD.

Step 7. Press Start to create your dummy DVD. When Muxman is done VTS_01_1.VOB in destination directory will contain one block with your image encoded to mpeg-2.