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Encore DVD CS4 Getting Started is a streamlined look at combining menus, navigation, and video into professional-quality DVDs, Blu-ray Discs, or web-ready Flash files. Chad Perkins demonstrates how to add asset links to a new project and quickly turn a layered image into a functional menu that can be edited in Photoshop. He shares typical workflows for organizing video on the Timeline, and shows how to structure interactive disc navigation. Example files accompany the course.
(Music playing.) Hello! I'm Chad Perkins and welcome to Getting Started with Encore CS4. In this training series we're just going to get our feet wet with Encore. Encore is an amazing application that started only as a DVD authoring program and has now morphed into this great multimedia program that authors to Blu-ray discs, DVD and now Flash movies as well. In this training series we're going to get started with Encore. We're going to get our feet wet, we're going to make sample projects, we're going to look at the workflow in Encore and get familiar with the basic features.
This is the ideal training series if you just need to get in and get out and you don't need to know what all the features do. It's also a great training series if you been more prep before getting into Encore CS4 Essential Training. It's going to be a great experience so let's jump into Getting Started with Encore CS4.
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