This is the second document in our series of Scenarist Survival Guides. The objective
of this guide is to assemble three short film clips with audio into a DVD title.
The DVD title has three chapers which can be selected from a user remote control.
The title repeats the playback from its beginning automatically. The chapters in the
DVD title are seamless so that the playback flow does not pause or has any noticeable
interruption. This guide helps you achieve the following goals:
Get more familiar with various aspects of Scenarist graphics user interface
Learn how to create a simple seamless DVD title with chapters.
Get acquainted with major DVD data structures: PGC, program, cell, commands,
their relationship and interaction.
Get familiar with icons used by Scenarist versus the data structures and elements
defined by the DVD specifications.
So let's get organized. It would be easier and less time-consuming to author
large DVD projects if we get into the good habits of organizing video, audio clips,
images and subpictures (these items are also known as assets) into the appropriate
folders. Scenarist provides tree-like folders like what available in Windows Explorer.
Click New and the menu item Folder… as shown in the picture below.
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