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Old 26th May 2009, 16:03   #1  |  Link
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Multiple Sets of Menu Buttons

I tried DvdStyler 1.7.2 to compile 3 episodes in one DVD.
So far I've been using DvdShrink and TitleWriter but I wanted to make more personalised menus.
It is a nice tool, easy to use. The menus and playback work fine on my PC using WinDvd5.
I opened it in PgcEdit to have a look at the structure and the following warning popped up:
WARNING: PgcEdit has detected multiple sets of menu buttons or BOVs.
Currently, PgcEdit cannot correctly handle multiple sets of buttons/BOVs.
You should NOT edit any button or BOV of a cell containing multiple sets,
or use any function that may modify the button/BOV commands, such as Delete
Uncalled PGCs, nor remap the PGCs of the same domain, or the TTNs of the
VTST domain of the same VTS, unless you know exactly what you are doing.
I read that one can probably ignore the warning but before I burn the DVD,
would someone please explain what this "multiple sets of menu buttons" means?
Did I do something wrong in building the dvd?
Or is it a perfectly valid structure that as they say PgcEdit cannot correctly handle?
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