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  06-29-2010, 03:17 PM
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as the thread says, what is the best software to split a +9 dvd into 2 +5 dvds?

and then, can that software re-join the 2 +5 dvds into a +9 dvd?
with menus and everything as it was in the first place.

i've been using dvdfab to split +9 dvds.
it is easy enough to use and gives me the flexibility i require.

however, the "merge" option in dvdfavb simply puts together all the titles and skips out on the menus.

i know of apps like dvd-redo that can be used to rebuild the +9 dvd as it was.

but i'd like a all-in-one solution, if there is one.

so is there such an app?
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  06-29-2010, 09:12 PM
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My best guess would be DVD ReMake Pro.
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  06-29-2010, 11:39 PM
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"dvd redo" - sorry i meant "dvd remake pro".

is there a simple, for dummies, guide on how to use dvd remake pro to split the +9 and then how to rejoin the +5s?

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  06-30-2010, 11:22 AM
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That's one app I've just never gotten into. I don't really copy DVDs that much -- I make them from scratch.
They have some guides on their site, but I don't think it covers what you want.

I'm honestly not sure what you want is all that possible. It's easy to split, but maybe not so easy to re-join.
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  06-30-2010, 12:38 PM
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hmm, ok. ta anyway. end of topic.
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You're getting more like me in some things -- You're asking questions that nobody seems to have the answers to!
I get a lot of that. But I don't ask easy questions, either.
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