Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding a title menu button, part of iDVD '09 Essential Training.
In the previous movie I created a scene selection menu, which we get to by…Double-Clicking our main video button, Double-Clicking Scene Selection.…This took me through a series of sub-menus and each sub-menu you create in iDVD…always contains a back button somewhere to take you to the previous menu.…Eventually, working your way back to the main menu. That works for Deleted…Scenes as well. That's only one sub- menu but it also contains the back button…to take me back to the main menu.…Depending on how complex your DVD might be getting, maybe you have sub-menus…within sub-menus within sub-menus, that's a lot of back buttons to be Clicking.…
Now most but not all DVD remote controls have a title or menu button on them to…take you back to the main menu of the DVD. But some people aren't aware of that…button or what it does. So you should provide your viewers with an easy way to…get back to the main menu very quickly.…Let's go back to the Scene Selection menu. So we are three levels in right now…
- 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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