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Old 21 Nov 2008, 09:44 AM   #1
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Default Can DVD Remake remove only 1 angle?

Hi, I would like to remove just one of the 5 angles from a music DVD (to backup with a dvd5 without re-encoding)
I'm using DVD Remake Pro 3.63 and the function "Strip angles" leave only one angle.
Is it possible to remove only one angle with DVD Remake Pro?
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Old 21 Nov 2008, 02:29 PM   #2
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To my knowledge, it keeps only one angle (btw: All 5 angles of Jumping Jack Flash are terrific, IMO).

To strip only a single angle, use PgcEdit followed by IfoEdit. Read the instructions in PgcEdit and you will get the idea of what to do to reclaim the space.

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Take care: removing all angles but one is easy, but leaving several angles is difficult, as many pointers must be recomputed. VobBlanker, IfoEdit, Fix*, and probably the vast majority of the DVD editors cannot do that properly.

PgcEdit deletes only the angles information in the IFO. That's safe, but useless if you want to regain some disc space. The only method to regain some disc space safely is to compress the "dead angles cells" as much as possible, without removing them completely. There is "a free tool that you should know" that can replace the unreferenced material by still black images. Imo, it's the best method after having removed some angles with PgcEdit.

Also, don't forget to fix the SetSTN Angle commands in the DVD!
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Thanks for all theresponses, I'll try your methods!
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