The objective of the previous guide is to build a VTS with one video title having
three chapters. In this guide, we are going to create a second title in the VTS.
The second title displays only the video portion in the first title which does not
include the embedded logo. Scenarist allows breaking a chapter or a segment of video
into smaller segments called scenes. The result scenes can become additional chapters
if desired. This capability allows a long video clip to be imported into Scenarist
without the need to break it into chapters in advance. The DVD author can then decide
on how many chapters or scenes the long video clip can have. He can then define where
the scenes start and end timewise. We now change the previous project by selecting
the Track Editor and the first scene. The first scene, by default, has the duration
as same as the first chapter, as shown below.
In the above screen shot, the cursor is positioned at the tool bar icon to display
the Simulation window. Click this icon to show the following dialog. While we are in
the Simulation window, click the up or down arrow next to the timestamp display as
shown below to get to the first video frame where the embedded logo fades out
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