PgcEdit is a DVD IFO and Menu editor designed to allow the modification of the navigation commands and parameters of an already authored DVD structure.
PgcEdit is also an excellent tool to learn how a DVD works, with his powerful Trace function.
Since v0.6.0, PgcEdit is also the first program able to burn a Double Layer DVD-Video on DL DVD+R or DL DVD-R, with an interactive interface (including a preview), to select the position of the layer break.
- A. DVD -> Clear Jumps to Void PGCs, to replace the pre/post/cell
commands jumping to void PGCs by NOPs and to clear the Prev/Next/GoUpPGCN links
to void PGCs.Handy to improve the efficiency of Delete Uncalled PGCs and to
remove automatically all references to a PGC if you make it void before.
- E. PGC Editor -> Del Angles: Since it is possible to keep several angles
with FixVTS or VobBlanker, it is now possible to leave several angles in place.
Previously, it was necessary to delete all angles but one.
- E. PgcEditor -> Import CLUT: It is now possible to import the colors
defined in Scenarist .SST files. The colors that are not defined are not
- E. When deleting a PGC of a non-sequential Title and that deleted PGC is not a
dummy and has chapters, the deleted chapters were always remapped to some
remaining programs.Now, the chapters are completely deleted when they are the
last chapters of the title.They are still remapped when they are necessary to
fill gaps in the chapter table.
- E. Delete uncalled PGCs: Now, when a Title PGC cannot be deleted because the
menu of the same VTS is still referenced, the commands of the orphan Title are
changed to a CallSS to the FP-PGC.This way, useless commands pointing to nowhere
- E. Find Jumps to Void PGCs: Added a warning with the void entry menu PGCs that
can be called with the remote.
- E. Info -> GPRMs: Added a "Refresh" button to recompute the usage
- E. Suppressed the warning displayed when a DVD is read about wrong time map
tables then the VTS_PTT_SRPT table doesn't exist at all.
- E. Added the following hot keys: - DVD -> Clear Jump to Void
PGCs:Ctrl+Shift+J - DVD -> Delete Uncalled PGCs:Ctrl+Shift+U - Info ->
Find Jumps to Nowhere:Ctrl+Shift+N
- E. Improved some error messages.
- E. When a DVD is loaded, PgcEdit checks now if the TTN number assigned to a
title PGC is not 0, and if it is 0, it offers to assign the TTN 1 instead.
- E. When a DVD is loaded, PgcEdit checks now if all VOB files are referenced by
the IFOs, and offer to remove the unreferenced VOB files.This solve also the
issue of unnecessary VOBs left after a Restore Backup operation.
- F. The number of PTTs was not updated in VMG_TT_SRPT after the use of Title
-> PTT (Chapter) Editor.
- F. PGC Editor: the number of PGs was sometimes wrongly incremented by 1.
- F. PGC Editor and Replace VTST Titles: When the number of programs of a PGC
was modified in the PGC Editor and then, in the same PgcEdit session, that VTS
was replaced by another one using the option to keep the data of the original
PGC, the number of programs was wrong, and that caused the PGC Editor to crash.
- F. Trace: Bug when a button or BOV command did not include a jump elsewhere.
- F. Fixed a bug occurring when the PGC comments or GPRM labels have been
modified, the DVD Text General Name contains a character illegal in a file name
such as ":" and the option to automatically save the user comments in
the backup folder was not enabled.
- F. Fixed a possible bug under Vista when Roxio and Macrovision Software
Manager has been installed.The path to the Application Data folder was wrong.
- F. Fixed a possible bug with the length of the VTSI_MAT table when its
end-byte pointer is (intentonally?) wrong.(Thanks Michael!)
- F. DVD-Text General Name: When creating a new VMG_TXTDT_MG table, an useless
pointer was initialized.It is now set to 0.
- E. The standalone executable is now wrapped with freeWrap v6.3. PgcEdit should
now start without problem under Ubuntu v7.10 Gusty.
- E. Added the possibility to specify the character encoding needed by some
foreign systems with accented characters by defining the system environment
variable PGCEDIT_ENCODING, or with the command line option /E=encoding or
-e=encoding.Specify /? or -h to see a list of the available encodings. The
default encoding is cp1252.
Program Information Category:
Free Version: 8.6 Size: 3.43MB Works on: Windows