One of the first advantages of this application is the fact you don’t have to install it.
PgcEdit is portable and it doesn’t modify the Windows registry. It won’t leave any traces when removed, either.
Regarding the application’s ability to modify commands associated with PGCs, there are some limitations you need to consider.
The program knows only several commands out of the 41 existing, it can handle only some of the parameters of these commands, and it does not allow you to create structured programs using branches and conditions.
Moreover, having a complete vision of all the commands of a DVD is difficult, because they are spread all over the disc, between large amounts of data.
PgcEdit was created as a supplement of IfoEdit and it was meant to overcome some of the other application’s limitations.
PgcEdit enables editing all the commands with all their parameters, without additional limitations. The programming of a DVD becomes more accessible thanks to PgcEdit.
PgcEdit’s DVD remapping and restoring tools allow you to reorder PGCs, title numbers, TTNs within a VTS, title sets on the DVD and VOB-Cell IDs. The flow of commands can be tracked and analyzed in real time due to the application’s tracing mode.
PgcEdit is a very complex tool, dedicated to power users, in spite of being just a supplement to another program.
Its interface is well-organized, but it takes DVD authoring knowledge in order to understand all the features of this software.
These DVD IFO editor modifying Program Chain parameters has been designed to supplement