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In Encore CS5 Essential Training, author Chad Perkins gives an extensive overview of Encore CS5, Adobe's powerful application for authoring DVDs, Blu-ray Discs, and Flash-based video for the web. This course covers adding audio and subtitle tracks, creating image slideshows, and using Encore as a presentation tool. Also explained are the Blu-ray enhancements in CS5, and advanced techniques such as creating games and hidden content for disc menus. Exercise files are included with the course.
In the next few chapters, we're going to look at several key Encore objects in depth. So in this chapter, we're going to look at menus and next, we're going to look at buttons, and subpictures. Look at this menu. This is a typical menu, and through this menu, we access the film, special features, different languages and other bonus items. So really, menus are almost like the way that you introduce your content to people. If you have an asset that's not connected to a menu, chances are people will not be able to find it. Even when you export to Flash, menus become the Web pages that you used to allow users to go from page to page.
So menus really are critical, and that's why we're talking about menus first.
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