We now add a language unit to create the root and chapter menu for the video title
set. We click to select the VTS_1 icon and right click to select the "Add Language…"
menu item. The language unit is set to English. We then drag the track 02r-t from
the Asset Manager window and drop it to the Title_1 icon to create the first chapter.
An entry PGC labeled 02r-t-pgc is created for the title Title_1 to hold the first
track with no precommands and no postcommands. The icon labeled 02r-t-scn-cell
represents the cell which contains the multiplexed streams of video and audio for
the first chapter. We continue to add the second chapter by dragging the track
02r-pink-t and drop it on the PGC icon as shown in the following picture.
In this example, the title repeats its playback by starting from the beginning of
chapter 1 after the end of the second chapter. This can be accomplished by either
defining a cell command or a post command. The postcommand is most compatible with
DVD players and will be illustrated in subsequent section of this guide. To enable
playback repetition by the cell command, we drag the cell icon of the second cell
labeled 02r-pink-t-scn-cell and drop it to the first cell. Scenarist automatically
generates the required virtual machine command (LinkCN 1) to accomplish this function.
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