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Old 24 Feb 2007, 04:16 PM   #1
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If possible, I'm glad ImgBurn has the feature that; showing Number of VTS,Vob-ID and Cell-ID of Layer-Break cell from Disc.
Because, one of my method is
1.Ripping (DVDDecrypter, file-mode, all files)
2.Editting (PgcEdit)
3.Burning DL (ImgBurn, build-mode)
When burning DL, I like to set LB as same as original DVD's cell even though many cells are selectable, so I must examine L0 sectors of Disc and calculate which cell is corresponding as LB cell from IFO information. But it is a little difficult and need time.
If I can know LB cell easily, I'm glad.

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Are you asking for an identification of where the non-seamless flag was in the original?

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No. We can know whether each cell is non-seamless or not is shown by the list.
What I want to know is Layer-Break cell. (of course, it is non-seamless.)

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The trouble is how can ImgBurn know for sure what is the original layer break from a set of DVD files? It can take a guess by looking in the main movie for the non-seamless cell. But that is all.

In an episodic DVD, it is almost impossible, as many of these DVDs are authored with the LB just at the entry point of the episode.

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Is my hope difficult?
ImgBurn can show Layer-Break sectors of Disc.
If It can also knows cell's sector(LBA) (at last Layer-Break cell) and its number of VTS,Vob-ID and Cell-ID, I can easily select this cell from the list.
It seems to be no need to consider DVD's structure or seamless or others.

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I think it might be jinjin. In this case, you are presenting ImgBurn with a set of DVD files you have re-authored yourself - it might be a home movie for all it knows. It can make suggestions about where to put the layer break based on various criteria (eg Change of VID, Entry to PGC, non-seamless cell), but suggestions is all it can do.

This is very different to copying an ISO which already has the LB info in it.

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Sorry. My English was wrong.
In Japanese "original" is used as two meaning.
(1)commercial DVD itself, not changed(edited).
(2)DVD which is made by my self, changed(for example, Re-Authored)
It sometimes causes misunderstanding in Japan.

I don't mean Re-Authored DVD files. I want to mean DVD disc itself.

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