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Editing dvd menu audio

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by shihni, Dec 29, 2010.

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  1. shihni

    shihni Thread Starter

    Jun 24, 2008
    Hey there, I'm currently in the process of putting together a dvd. Since its just a mishmash of many short clips, I used the creator built into windows. It does the job, and it does it quick - I'm really not too fussy about navigation/chapters etc. However, I would like to use a longer song with the menu than the 15 seconds or so that's allowed. It is a motion menu. If I was to create the dvd as is with that silly 15 second clip with the menu, would it be possible to change it afterwards? The software will burn the dvd immediately - would I be able to rip back onto my computer, change the appropriate .vob (?) to one I make from the mp3 I want to use and have it work in full? I'm guessing that either a) the duration is coded with the menu or b) the music is not found separately from the menu... but is there a way to do this? I'm no expert with computers especially when it comes to programming, but if it is possible to do (even if its possibly over my head) some tips on how to get started would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance
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