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   Delete vob/cell from .vob file  
Users say:
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

Why: If cell/vob is not used anylonger why should it take valuable space on your DVD.
Tools: MenuEdit, IfoEdit.
Please notice that this can be done easier nowdays with DvdReMake program

You need to be 100% sure that this cell/vob is not used anylonger. Safe alternative to deleting cell(vob) is to replace cell(all cells in the vob) with "empty" cell (cell that contains only few blank frames).

1. Start MenuEdit and open vob file;
2. Select vob/cell you want to delete (selecting vob will delete all its cells);
Note: you may use "Edit" to preview content of the cell to be sure that it is the one you need.
Note: check "Show all cells" if you want to see cells without buttons.
3. “Delete”;
4. Confirm that you really want to delete selected vob/cell;
5. You are done with MenuEdit, "Exit";
6. Don't forget to update corresponding .ifo file when you are finished with the .vob file.