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Contents of the full registered version
1) The following guides are provided in Adobe Acrobat PDF format
(approximately 20 MB in a zip archive):
Guide 1 - Survival Guide in 24 hours, Basic operations.
Guide 2 - Single title without menu.
Guide 3 - Single VTS with menus.
Guide 4 - Multi-angle VTS & advanced virtual commands.
Guide 5 - Motion menus with optional audio.
Guide 6 - Random and shuffle playback.
Guide 7 - Subtitle creation.
Guide 8 - Advanced interactive DVD game.
The following sample video and audio files are provided with the registered
copy of Scenarist Survival Guides v1.12 so you can follow the steps to reproduce
the authoring project explained in each guide. The files are available for
instant download after your PayPal purchase.
2) Video contents (approximately 12 MB in a zip archive):
These are the sample video files encoded in NTSC/PAL/MPEG2/4.5 Mbits to follow and
reproduce the example explained in each guide. The examples include seamless video
angle applications and motion menus.
3) Audio contents (approximately 5 MB in a zip archive):
These are the sample audio files provided in both Windows uncompressed PCM .wav
and Digital Dolby ac3 format to follow and reproduce the example explained in each
guide. All audio files are encoded in 2-channel stereo/48 kHz sampling rate. The
examples include multiple audio language selection.
4) Subpicture contents (approximately 4 MB in a zip archive):
These are the sample picture files to construct the menu pages and the highlight
5) Scenarist project files (less than 1 MB in a zip archive) for
each example to rebuild the VIDEO_TS image on your computer as seen in these demo pages.
6) Interactive DVD Game contents (approximately 18 MB in a zip archive):
Guide to design advanced interactive commercial-grade DVD game and associated
video contents to reproduce the game on your PC.
Scenarist Survival Guide 2
Learn how to create a simple seamless DVD title with chapters.
Get acquainted with major DVD data structures.
Get familiar with icons used by Scenarist and the DVD specifications.
Scenarist Survival Guide 3
Author multiple titles in a VTS.
Concepts of chapters and cell mapping.
Direct playback to return to a menu or continuous play.
Concepts of menu button highlighting.
General parameter register programming.
Scenarist Survival Guide 4
Author a video title set (VTS) with title menu and multi-page VTS menu.
Remember and highlight a selected menu item.
Create titles with multi-angle video and audio.
Advanced usage of the DVD virtual machine commands.
Scenarist Survival Guide 5
Author title menu and VTS menus with motion video background and
Advanced usage of the DVD virtual machine commands to support seamless playback
of motion video background.
Design route-through PGCs to access any part of a DVD.
Scenarist Survival Guide 6
Author titles with the random/shuffle playback mode.
Advanced usage of the DVD virtual machine commands to support random/shuffle
playback (SetGPRM, LinkNextPGC, LinkPTT).
Techniques to design proprietary methods for random playback.
Scenarist Survival Guide 7
Author multiple subtitle streams.
Advanced usage of the DVD virtual machine commands to support the display of
subtitle streams (SetSTN).
Create scripts to automate the creation of subtitles.
Scenarist Survival Guide 8
Author commercial grade DVD games and quizzes.
How to identify major features of the DVD specifications and put them
together the professional way to build advanced interactive DVD games (slide shows
with menu, menus with timeout, random selection of menus, to name a few).
How to prepare proper assets and build appropriate tracks for any DVD projects
regardless of their level of complexity.
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virtual machine programming support
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