PgcEdit is a software application designed specifically for helping you edit the commands and modify certain parameters of PGCs (Program Chains).
The advantages of being portable
The tool comes in a lightweight and portable package which can be deployed on your system with minimal effort. Plus, it doesn’t leave any entries in the Windows registry.
You may copy it on any USB flash drives or other devices and take it with you whenever you need to modify the navigation commands and parameters of an authored DVD structure.
The tool comes with various dedicated parameters, so you need to take some time and experiment with the built-in features if you want to make the most out of the utility.
The set of options is not particularly intuitive but you may rely on tooltips for viewing extra information about each function. Additionally, you can run the utility in the command-line console.
DVD remapping and restoring tools
PgcEdit gives you the possibility to remap (reorder) PGCs, TTNs within a VTS, title sets on the DVD, title numbers and VOB-Cell IDs. Additionally, you can delete unreferenced PGCs while having the possibility to preserve the structure and navigation of the DVD.
Backups are useful when you want to restore the information regardless of the editing operations that you applied to your DVD.
Trace mode and other handy features
The application features a smart tracing mode which enables you to follow and analyze the flow of commands as they are played, namely watching the GPRMs, SPRMs and PUOs changes.
What’s more, you can import VTST titles from IFO files, comments and labels from UPC files, burn DVD or create ISO, explore the DVD folder, find BOVs, import PGC commands from plain text files, as well as export buttons and BOVs to BUT file format.
You can clear PGC breakpoints, preview full domain VOBs, delete dead commands, add a new menu, set bookmarks, open a scratchbook from SBK or plain text file format, as well as configure several settings related to startup, user interface, command editor and other options.
All in all, PgcEdit integrates a powerful suite of features for altering the navigation commands and parameters of an already authored DVD structure.