I've been a Dvdremake Pro user for a long time now ... it seems that the program can solve almost every problem when it comes to re-authoring a dvd. Not to mention you people, who are willing to spend lots of time helping me as well as others when we need it. Thanx for a fantastic program and excellent support /Julius
Having all these nice tools, like: dvddecryptor, ifoedit, dvdshrink and imgtools one can make a backup of DVD disk very easily. The only steps in this process, which are a real hassle, is editing menus to disable/edit buttons linking to pruned parts of the DVD and bypassing unwanted materials. These procedures require a good knowledge of DVD disk structure and even then take a lot of time (usually more personal time then all other steps together).
MenuEdit is a DVD vob file editor for Windows which eliminates a root of the problem - removes buttons from dvd menu screens and replaces unwanted material with what you like. No button - no problem. ;)
MenuEdit has very simple and easy to use graphical user-interface which will let you:
- Remove unwanted buttons from either still or motion menus;
- Remove intro/logo/warning screens;
- Delete not used cells/vobs;
- Preview everything on your DVD;
- Automatic relinking of the buttons left in the menu so that it's still possible to access buttons with navigation keys of the remote control;
- Automatic adjustment to the buttons for all auto display modes;
- Edit all button's attributes and commands;
- Add buttons to menu;
- Edit menu color table;
- Move buttons between menus - export/import menu buttons;
- Save selected video frames into file;
- Change cell/vob id.
Some features of MenuEdit are available only in registered version.