Wishing everyone a happy and safe Christmas period...
Could anyone please tell me if there is a reasonably priced software option for the Mac that allows you to edit ISRC codes from a DDP file and then allow to write back to that (or a new) DDP file in readiness for the replicator?
I have been looking at DVDAfterEdit, but $700 seems a fair bit of money to pay just to edit those codes...even though I know it does much more than just that...
why don´t you look for someone who have DVD AE nearby to do this job, if you´re not wiling to pay for it. DVD AE is a very good tool, as you mentioned. I would do it for you if you would live in germany.
you might email larry (the programmer of DVD AE) if he might do the job for you, I know he did a few jobs for customers - give it a try.
in my opinion DVD AE has to be in every DVD-authors tool-list.
I purchased DVDSE anyway and, although I don't envisage me using it that much, it will be a very handy tool to have in the kit. and, let's face it, I had to have it then as the job had to be completed within that few days. It worked well, although I was flying by the seat of my pants most of the way, so I hope the Master ended up being in the correct format, etc...
Thanks for the opinions...and all the best for 2011.
Ok, bumping an old thread here, I hope someone notices...
Long time DVD Studio Pro user here, now trying to get to grips with Adobe Encore.
I need to put ISRC codes in a DVD master, and to have reliable control over the layer breakpoint, and write DDP files accordingly. I am using PGCedit and Imgburn on PC to burn dual-layer discs for preview purposes, but as far as I know it can't write DDP files.
I understand DVD After Edit is a decent piece of software that does this, among many other things, and I would have no problem investing in this program, except that it doesn't run on 10.7 and most probably never will. (I asked the software maker)
Are there any other options these days for this? Mac or PC, doesn't matter.