The following dialog is shown.
You can choose the appropriate sample DVD projects provided with each guide which
are compatible with your video standard: NTSC (North America and Japan) or PAL video
standard. Leave the default selection as is for the NTSC standard TV screen (4:3
aspect ratio). European nations use the PAL video standard (higher resolution than
NTSC but at lower frame rate, 25 fps). You must select the 16:9 aspect ratio if
your DVD project is authored for widescreen viewing. Otherwise, click Next to
The Project Wizard presents the above screen to define the conversion color for
subpictures. If your DVD project has no menu or subtitle, leave the default
selection as is. The group of four colors are: inner edge (or emphasis 2, E2),
outer edge (or emphasis 1, E1), foreground (pattern, P), and background (Bg).
Click Next to continue. For more information on the use of colors as defined by
the DVD specifications, visit Menu, Color and
The color definition for a global palette is shown. The palette has 16 colors and
consists of four groups: display, selection, action, and subpicture. Each group
has four colors as described previously: E2, E1, P, and Bg. This global palette
is used throughout your DVD project. Scenarist allows the definition of a local
color palette for each PGC. If your DVD project has no menu or subtitle, leave the
default definition as is and click Next to continue.
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