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How To Make A Dvd From 2 Dvds


duydaniel

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Hi folk,

Thank for your enthusiasm.

 

I have 2 different DVDs with menus and chapters.

Is there a way that I can make a DVD containing those 2 DVDs, yet, retains all the menus and chapters from each.

In other words, it is like a Double-feature DVD movie you would buy at Walmart...

When you play, it show a menu to select, say, MOVIE 1 or MOVIE 2.

Then after you make your selection, you will see the ORIGINAL main menu of MOVIE 1 or 2 which allow you to select audio, subtile, chapters... etc.

 

Thank you very much!!! :lol:

 

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Hi folk,

Thank for your enthusiasm.

 

I have 2 different DVDs with menus and chapters.

Is there a way that I can make a DVD containing those 2 DVDs, yet, retains all the menus and chapters from each.

In other words, it is like a Double-feature DVD movie you would buy at Walmart...

When you play, it show a menu to select, say, MOVIE 1 or MOVIE 2.

Then after you make your selection, you will see the ORIGINAL main menu of MOVIE 1 or 2 which allow you to select audio, subtile, chapters... etc.

 

Thank you very much!!! :lol:

 

 

Don't think any software could combine multiple DVDs and retain the menu from each DVD. If you do find a software that can do this, please let me know.

 

 

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Hi folk,

Thank for your enthusiasm.

 

I have 2 different DVDs with menus and chapters.

Is there a way that I can make a DVD containing those 2 DVDs, yet, retains all the menus and chapters from each.

In other words, it is like a Double-feature DVD movie you would buy at Walmart...

When you play, it show a menu to select, say, MOVIE 1 or MOVIE 2.

Then after you make your selection, you will see the ORIGINAL main menu of MOVIE 1 or 2 which allow you to select audio, subtile, chapters... etc.

 

Thank you very much!!! :lol:

 

Sure, bring your original VideoWave files, into MyDVD. You will then have to make new chaptrs, but that shouldn't take long.

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Sure, bring your original VideoWave files, into MyDVD. You will then have to make new chaptrs, but that shouldn't take long.

 

Actually, the 2 DVDs are wedding DVDs. They are professionally made. The menus from both are different.

Therefore, I don't have the "saved projects", I am looking for a way to merge them into 1 DVD yet retain the all original features and seperate them via a one-level-up menu selection order :blink:

 

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Actually, the 2 DVDs are wedding DVDs. They are professionally made. The menus from both are different.

Therefore, I don't have the "saved projects", I am looking for a way to merge them into 1 DVD yet retain the all original features and seperate them via a one-level-up menu selection order :blink:

 

 

Not going to happen with the EMC software. :blink:

 

You could copy the DVD's to your hard drive, then open MyDVD, and bring in the .vob files, but you are still going to have to create new chapters.

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