Videomaker Mag by Bill Davis dvd menuOnce upon a time, making a video dub was a simple thing. You slapped a tape into a VCR, fed the deck a signal, and pushed Record. While there's no denying that the switch from a VHS culture to a DVD culture has given us a lot of benefits in such important areas as image quality and signal consistency, there is one area where dubbing to DVD is much more complicated. And that's the fact that when you go to burn a DVD, you'll need to do at least some basic disc authoring. A big part of authoring is structuring your DVD's menus and linking them to the videos, pictures and other content on your disc in a way that lets the user navigate easily through it. read more...
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