Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding submenus, part of iDVD '09 Essential Training.
I have in my exercise files folder, a folder called deleted scenes, which…contains three short movies that I also want to include on my final DVD disc.…If I wanted to make these accessible from the main menu of my DVD, I would…simply select all three items and drag them into my project. Now I have…Clickable buttons to play all three movies along with the button to play my…main video. So Double-Clicking any of these buttons plays that movie.…Now we'll stop that and we can kind of see why those scenes were deleted.…
But that's not what I wanted to do with these movies, I'm going to select these and…just delete them out of here. Note that iDVD keeps the button centered and…organized because Snap to grid is turned on, which is a good thing in this case…because I don't want these buttons stand up all over the place.…So instead of dragging all three of these movies into my main menu, I'd rather…create a separate menu called Deleted Scenes, so my viewers will know exactly…what these clips are. Because if I just drag them into my main menu like I did,…
- Using drop zones and menu backgrounds
- Applying and editing button styles
- Editing text
- Adding DVD-ROM content
- Creating slideshows
- Using Magic iDVD
Skill Level Beginner
1. Interface Essentials
2. Building an iDVD Project
3. Automating iDVD
4. Exporting from iDVD
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