Now we start building the required track for the title menu. We drag the data item
motiontitle (the bitmap image of the title menu) from the subfolder "Subpicture" and
drop it to the right pane of the Track Editor window. Scenarist prompts for the type
of track to create. We select "Slide show" for this data item as shown below, since
the title menu has accompanied audio.
Scenarist assigns the duration of the slide show to 10 seconds automatically. We now
add the required audio track to the title menu. We simply drag the data item 01r-2
from the subfolder "Audio" and drop it to an empty area between the "Still" and
"Scenes" timeline. The audio language is set to English as shown below. You should
note that the duration of the still image is longer than what available in the audio
track. The actual duration of the "Still" track or "Audio 1" track is displayed in
the "Duration" field of the Property Browser window. These values are also displayed
in small popup windows if the cursor is placed momentarily on the appropriate track.
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