After the video and audio assets are registered successfully, Scenarist generates
the required audio and video streams which are DVD-compliant. The Track Editor tab
is used to assemble multiplexed and synchronized segments of video and audio assets
which can be referenced throughout the DVD project. Since the final DVD contains two
chapters, we will need to create two tracks, one for each chapter. The title menu
requires one track to display a still picture with audio accompaniment. The root menu
requires one track to display the motion video clips as the chapter thumbnails. We
now locate the data item 02r in the folder "Video" and 01r-2 in the folder "Audio".
We drag and drop these assets into the folder "Tracks" to build the required track
for the first chapter as following. The audio language is set to "English".
We now locate the data item 02r-pink in the folder "Video" and 02r-2 in the folder
"Audio". We drag and drop these assets into the folder "Tracks" to build the
required track for the second chapter as following. The audio language is set to
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