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This is very nice explained!:

http://www.dvdrhelp.com/forum/userguides/169251.php

As the author of DVDlab didn't integrate the multiple audio support until now (well I don't know if the last days a new release came out) there at DVDrhelp.com you can enjoy a guide which explains how to do this.
Still complicated and Maestro does it very easier but as most people do their jobs using DVDlab .. I think this is very useful.
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Thanx incredible, I found it really useful.
Do you know if already exists a similar guide for putting several subtitles in a movie?. And, how can I insert two films in IfoEdit, and tell IfoEdit which audio and subtitles are for each film...
I'm a lot "asking" today
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01-03-2004, 12:57 PM
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I don't use Ifoedit for authoring DVDs .. for everything else yes (remuxing, modifying first play actions etc. etc. etc.).
Also when doing our ShrinkDVD workout on m1v files, first choice.

But as I know (according to the version I do have) its not possible to author more than one movie using ifoedit. A very good choice is maestro if you want all these functionabilities. But also VMesquita reported that there do exist problems with multiple Subs (if I remember correctly).

Your purpose is to do that above mentioned selection via an authentic DVD Menue. Right?
Cause if you don't need a Menue you can just select your Audios and subs by using the audio / Subs Tab on your Players remote control.
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Hi incredible:
what I want to do is using IfoEdit to author a DVD with 2 KDVD's films in it. I mean: I take two films, rip them, extract the video and encode two different *.m2v files. And then author a DVD with the two (or three) m2v files, and the ac3 and sub files from each film (two ac3 and two sub each m2v film).
I will then author it to make a menu to start one film or another. And then, I don´t mind if I select the audio or subs of each film from a menu or from the DVD player itself. But what I want to begin with is authoring a DVD with two m2v files (from 2 films) and its audios and subs "assigned" to each file (sorry if I don't explain myself well).
Do you think it's possible to do just with IfoEdit and DVDlab?.
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Hi doc,

Well if I want to author a DVD using multiple Video streams AND multiple Audio AND multiple Subs I always choose Apples DVD Studio Pro which is the developed Maestro cause they bought the rights -But this is done on a Macintosh.
In your case you should take a closer look at Maestro the latest PC avaiable Version, it's still very good and to me it seems the origin core where DVDlab is based on. That's why I dont understand why multiple Audio isn't supported in DVDlab It's just a economical decision I think to give a main attraction to a following Pro version.

Or, .. do the DVDlab way as explained in the link above and try to put multiple subs in your DVDlab project.

I'm not that "Sub" fanatic .. you know
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Quote:
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Do you think it's possible to do just with IfoEdit and DVDlab?.
Yes, I think it's possible.
I remember reading in VMesquitas guide for removable subs in DVDLab that as long as you have the same amount of subs/audiotracks for you movies, you can have several titles on the same disc with that functionality. I'm positively sure about subs but I'm kinda guessing on the audiotracks 'cuz I haven't tried it myself.

Just mux your subs, videofiles and your audiotracks with IFOEdit into different folders for each film.

Then start up DVDLab and import the dvdfiles and make menus for each film etc. When DVDLab authors the films it should sort out the files for you.

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