VobBlanker helps you shrink DVD-9 to DVD-5 by eliminating VOB contents. It is able to blank, replace, cut and strip program chains.
VobBlanker can also work in menu domain.

Unlike similar applications, VobBlanker does not compress the video stream of the main movie in order to make it fit for the DVD-5 format.

Image quality is not affected, and you can easily eliminate unwanted content from your DVDs.

VobBlanker works on unencrypted backups of DVDs.

The application can access the Title Program Chains found on the Video Title Sets (VTS) of a DVD disc. The IFO files from the DVD disc enable access to the cells within the VOBs and VobBlanker is able to handle PGCs very easily.

Using VobBlanker and removing unnecessary features from your DVD backups is a better method of saving space, compared to compressing the video and affecting image quality. With VobBlanker, the main title will remain uncompressed and you will enjoy high-quality image and sound.

VobBlanker’s developers share a few tricks for those who want to edit DVD program chains using this compact application. For instance, processing performance can be increased by using different physical drives in input and output folder. The fastest blanking method is by processing in Input folder the desired VTSs and skipping the others.

VobBlanker is currently discontinued and it has not been updated anymore since 2007. The last version was improved with a very wide range of features, including checking the maximum size of the output (menus and titles), 50% more space for IFOs growing, and several bug fixes.

VobBlanker is a must have for any DVD user and it perfectly integrates within your DVD tools collection.

VobEdit: is a tool for joining, cutting, de-multiplexing DVD VOB files.

Vobrator: with Vobrator you can view and demux audio and video from VOB files.

VobSub Ripper: is the stand-alone DVD subtitle extractor to VobSub file format.

MenuShrink: is a small application that lets you compress DVD motion menus.

FixVTS: allows you to adjust your DVD files into better DVD compliance, so they can be opened in DVDShrink or VobBlanker.

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