By re-authoring the DVD and having alot of free time, there is a way to add another language track. But you need a DVD burner or a friend with one to re-burn everything. Check Doom9 for tutorials but it's kinda tricky if you aren't used to that kind of stuff. But it is possible, I did this for my Girlfriend's Birthday. Her favorite movie is Disney's Aladdin and it is not yet available on DVD So I took the VCD version, converted it to DVD format, added some really cool menu and I've made a French track using the French VHS version.
-French VHS version: 15$
-Widescreen VCD Copy: 15$
-Maestro DVD authoring software:Cracked
-Paying someguy with a DVD burner to transfer it on DVD-R:5$
-Photo paper to print the custom DVD insert and cover:10$
-Authoring and editing all that shit: 3 weeks without sleep
-The ''WTF?!?'' look on her face when she open up her gift to find out an unreleased DVD of her favorite movie: Priceless
By the way, I forgot to add that you need to get your other language track from somewhere in order to add it to your DVD. You can use VCD version, Divx version or VHS version if you can find one of those in your mother tlanguage. After that it's just a matter of converting the audio track to ac3 format and add it to your project using your authoring software.
Last edited by Fat_Mike; 03-20-2003 at 04:21 PM.
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