Re: how to manipulate amount of "pad" ???
Well I was indeed able to run IfoEdit under wine and it did alter the
IFO files which improved the situation but still getting the same sort
of error. The pad size for VTS_01_1.VOB is now down to 622827
and the actual oversize error is down to:
:-( /dev/scd1: 2295104 blocks are free, 2384607 to be written
:-( write failed: No space left on device
So like I said, improvement but not total solution. I have downloaded
pgcedit for Linux to see if I can figure out anything from the extra info
it is able to provide.
One thing I must say I am learning a lot and never realized DVD layout
and file stuff was so damn complex. :-)
From: Pav Lucistnik <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Dec 9, 2004 6:41 PM
To: "Steven A. DuChene" <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: how to manipulate amount of "pad" ???
Steven A. DuChene pï¿½?e v ?t 09. 12. 2004 v 15:34 -0500:
> I have a set of video files that form a DVD image.
> I.E. for instance:
> Now collectively these files are 3.9Gb in size which should fit on
> a single ayer 4.7Gb DVD media just fine but when I try to burn
> it to disk using growisofs I get the following error:
> growisofs -v -Z /dev/scd1 -speed=4 -dvd-video videos/wdibc2/
> Executing 'mkisofs -v -dvd-video videos/wdibc2/ | builtin_dd of=/dev/scd1 obs=32k seek=0'
> mkisofs 2.01a17 (i686-suse-linux)
> Scanning videos/wdibc2/
> Scanning videos/wdibc2/VIDEO_TS
> Scanning videos/wdibc2/AUDIO_TS
> The pad was 1147114 for file VTS_01_1.VOB
Uuuha, that's a lot!
Quick and dirty: get wine, get IfoEdit, start IfoEdit, load any IFO,
click Get VTS Sectors button.
I'm not aware of any native tool with IfoEdit's feature set.
Pav Lucistnik <firstname.lastname@example.org>