The objective of this guide is to make improvements to the project we developed in
the previous guide by adding menus and additional playback views to the DVD title.
We are going to create two titles in the video title set. Each title represents a
different playback view of the same video clip. The titles may be selected from the
title menu. The root menu offers the selection of chapters from the first title.
The chapter (PTT) menu offers the selection of chapters from the second title.
The angle menu lets the user define the playback behavior: to return to the root or
chapter menu at the end of each title or to play continuously, repeating the first
title after the second completes its playback. This guide helps you achieve the
New or inexperienced users can build interactive menus quickly and construct
the typical DVD virtual commands to direct different flows of playback.
Get more familiar with various aspects of the Scenarist graphics user interface
environment and its equivalent data structures defined by the DVD specifications.
Learn how to author a video title set (VTS) with title menu.
Use the predefined VTS menus: root, angle, and chapter.
Create multiple titles in a VTS.
Concepts of chapters and cell mapping by creating scenes to display different
views of the same video clip.
Learn how to direct playback to return to a menu or continuous play.
Play all and resume functions.
Concepts of menu button highlighting.
Introduction to general parameter register programming.
Introduction to typical DVD virtual machine commands (SetGPRM, JumpTT, JumpVTS_TT, CallSS,
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