Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the TV and standard crop areas, part of iDVD '09 Essential Training.
When you're working in iDVD your goal is to create a physical disc that you can…send off to your friends and family, which they can then play in their regular…set-top DVD player or in their computer or wherever they happen to play their…DVDs. The point is you might never know exactly on what device your DVD will be…played. So there is an important step to take to make sure that people watching…your DVD will be able to see what you intend them to see.…I'm going to select another theme and let's go with Sunflower. I'm going to add…a couple of menu buttons. So I'll come down to the Add button and I'm going to…choose Add Submenu and I'll add another one and let's add a Movie button.…
In the next chapter, we'll be looking at how to work with sub-menu buttons but…for now I just wanted to create a couple of buttons on screen so we have…something to work with. Now let's drag these around on our screen, away from…their default areas. I'll just drag these anywhere I like. Notice that iDVD…does offer these guidelines letting me know when I've aligned my button with…
- 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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