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tutorial package includes 5 Windows Media Player (.wmv) movies to jump start
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Total video time: 73 minutes (800x600 resolution).|
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also on CD-ROM. The CD-ROM version offers higher video quality and display
resolution (800x600 and 1024x768 pixels).
1) How to author a single movie title
with no menu|
Free. To save the movie on your hard disk, right click the above link and
click Save or Save Target As.
Learn how to navigate basic components of DLP graphic user interface.
Understand basic menu items and tool bar icons.
Drag and drop DVD authoring.
Produce a simple movie title with several short video and audio clips.
Data samples and project files are included.
Guide to DVD-Video burning with DLP generic recording engine and Nero.
8:06 min, 13 MB
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2) How to author a single movie title with root menu
Basic DVD menu design and construction using DLP built-in resources.
Menu button construction and highlighting. Autorouting and position locking.
Link menu buttons to video titles in the VTS.
6 minutes, 9 MB
3) How to author a movie title with
multi-page root menu
Author a video title set (VTS) with multi-page menu.
Menu button labeling, highlighting and linking. Visual effects for menu button
Auto-action and manual routing for multi-page menu navigation.
Basic DVD VM commands.
10 minutes, 23 MB
4) How to author a VTS
with multiple titles and menus|
Author a video title set (VTS) with title menu, VTS root menu and submenu pages.
Different ways to build linking connections and playback flow relationships in the
Connections window. Understand symbols and number representations in the Connections window.
Usage of appropriate tool bar icons to build major components of the DVD data
structure and disc layout.
Multiple titles in a VTS.
31 minutes, 47 MB
Direct playback to return to a menu or continuous play.
Play all and resume functions.
Menu button construction and highlighting. Visual effects for menu button design.
General VM parameter register programming.
Virtual machine command linking in pre, post, and menu button commands.
Alternate method of VM command construction with the VM generator tool and
reverse VM code.
Acquire the foundation to author more complex DVDs.
5) How to author a VTS with motion
menu background and random slide shows
Author high-quality DVD menu with motion video background and audio accompaniment.
Play back a slide show or title selection randomly.
More exposure to DVD virtual machine VM commands.
18 minutes, 36 MB
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Windows 2000/XP recommended.
CD/DVD Drive recommended for CD-ROM delivery option.
Soundcard & Speakers.
15 inch or larger monitor.
1024 x 768 Resolution.