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    I think clarification of ImgBurn and PgcEdit is like below.
    3rd clarification(non-seamless, Cell ID=2~) is different between both. Is there something considerable?

    (And ImgBurn can select IFO-file, BUP-file, and multi-angle(interleaved) cell is other difference. )

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    The multi-angle bit has been reworked for the next release (2.2.0.0) of ImgBurn. That was a mistake on my part - only the first cell in the angle block should have been available as an option.

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    @LIGHTNING UK! Thanks very much I look forward to next relaese.
    only the first cell in the angle block should have been available as an option
    Does it mean the first cell is ok? I've never seen it in commecial DVDs. Is it legal? or actually no problem?

    And what about 3rd clarification(non-seamless, Cell ID=2~) ?
    What I've ever seen in commertioal DVDs, almost are 2nd(non-seamless, Cell ID=1),and sometimes 3rd(non-seamless, Cell ID=2~). I've never seen 4th(seamless, Cell ID=1).

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    I don't know if splitting at an angle block is legal or not - I don't have the specs

    So long as it happens at the start of the it (and not in the middle as is possible at the moment), perhaps it's ok... who knows?!


    Sorry but I don't really understand the '3rd clarification'.

    If the vobid of a cell is different to that of the previous one, it gets marked with a 'good'. A change in vobid could be (and is therefore considered to be) a good indication that it's not a smooth/flowing/seamless scene.

    No conscious decision was made on my part to mimic what PgcEdit does. The two programs are aimed at very different people and so whilst the colours might be similar, the exact things they represent may well differ slightly.

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    Thanks very much. I understood as the feature of ImgBurn.

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    The multi-angle bit has been reworked for the next release (2.2.0.0) of ImgBurn. That was a mistake on my part - only the first cell in the angle block should have been available as an option.
    Thanks for new ImgBurn 2.2.0.0.
    I confirmed it with bete version, and change log says "Changed: Only the first cell in an angle block is now shown as a potential layer break."
    But when I comfirmed now, the first cell in an angle (and interleaved) block is not shown.

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    Interleaved ones are not shown at all. It was too much of a mess.

    I guess it's now like PgcEdit in this respect.

    The first cell in an angle block should still be visible though.

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    Interleaved ones are not shown at all. It was too much of a mess.
    I guess it's now like PgcEdit in this respect.
    I think so, too. (All multi-angle cells are not shown in both lists.)

    The first cell in an angle block should still be visible though.
    Are Cell 22,24,29,31,33 and 40 called as the first cell of multi-angle? Do I mis understand?
    These are not shown in list.
    (I prefer the feature like this.)

    Below is shown.

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    Last 3 posts copied to http://forum.digital-digest.com/showthread.php?t=78138

    It would be easier to follow if the discussion was in one thread and I think that thread is the better one.

    As such, with you 2 gentlemen's permission, I might close this one. Thanks.

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