Stripping and Creating VIDEO_TS.IFO & VTS_01_0.IFO


 

 


Function: Create VIDEO_TS.IFO & VTS_01_0.IFO

Start IfoEdit, and open the IFO file of your main movie VOBs. In this case it's 'VTS_06_0.IFO' of the movie 'The 6th Day':

Below you have an overview, what audio/subpicture streams are contained within the movie.

We want to strip Audio-Nr. 3 and Subpicture Nr. 3 and 4. So press the button:  

Uncheck the first option, cause we don't have a .m2v file to re-mux, and check the last option:

Now select a destination directory in the same dialog, and don't change the filename:

We are ready now to proceed to the strip-stream options. Press 'OK':

We want to keep Audio stream 1 and 2, and subpicture stream 1 and 2, so select the second streams:

Now press 'Strip it':  

The progress-dialog show's you the current status, which source file it is reading, and to which destination file it is writing.

When the stripping process has finished, then the VOB-Unit navigation pointers will be corrected in the destination files:

After this is finished, you've got your stripped movie nearly ready for burn to DVD-RW.

 

Close IfoEdit, and start it again, and open the newly created VIDEO_TS.IFO file and press 'Get VTS Sectors':



Save VIDEO_TS.IFO

Open VTS_01_0.IFO and press 'Get VTS Sectors':

Save VTS_01_0.IFO

THAT'S IT! Now you can burn your DVD-RW.


 

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