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Tabbed interface with easy access
BDedit displays what can be called a user-friendly interface as long as you are familiar with what a BDMV file is, what it should contain and what you are actually editing. If you’re not, then everything you see in each tab of the main window will be gibberish.
The application displays a tabbed structure which allows you to quickly navigate to any section of the file that you are interested in. BDedit is composed of multiple sections, ‘BDMV’, ‘PLAYLIST’, ‘CLIPINF’, ‘Menu’, ‘BDJO’, ‘Options’ and ‘Status’ which grant you access to all the application's features and of course, all the information you can change.
View, edit and save menu data
BDedit provides a direct method in which you are able to view, modify, and export the new BDMV file. It comes with a menu viewer and emulator which enables you to edit BOGs, buttons and effects. It’s also possible to add bitmap objects, load palettes and play an entire menu as it can bee seen in an actual player.
From the moment you first lay eyes on its interface you figure out that it is a tool created for advanced users and since even those can make mistakes the application offers a ‘Status’ tab which displays information about any existing errors.
Edit a Blu-ray information file
The above only offers a small amount of information about what BDedit is actually capable of so if you want to discover more, you’ll just have to give it a try.
BDedit was reviewed by Alexandru Chirila, last updated on April 15th, 2014
Runs on: Windows XP / Vista / Vista 64 bit / 7 / 7 64 bit