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Old 9 Jul 2006, 10:27 AM   #1
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I have a couple questions regarding rebuilder pro.

Say I have a movie that has a full screen and wide screen verson. How do I removie one of them similarly to the reathor function in dvd shrink? Because when I open the dvd in rebuilder I see only that I can remove audio and subtitle streams from each title set, but not unchecking the video stream itself.

Also if I am backing up a tv show dvd. Should I do a full disk backup instead movie and menus only?
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Old 9 Jul 2006, 10:42 AM   #2
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Deselect the video titleset of the version you don't want.

Definitely do a full backup for episodic DVDs. All my backups are full backups.

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I don't see where you can deselect the video verson you don't want. It just has a plus and minus arrow and shows the audio streams.
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Old 19 Jul 2006, 05:53 PM   #4
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1. Run prepare
2. Over in preview/edit, pick the segments you do not want and tick blank. Or if you wanna lose a whole titleset (as you do, use the Action menu)
3. Save and exit.
4. Click rebuild and come back later.

Away you go.

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