Using drop zones and menu backgrounds


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Using drop zones and menu backgrounds

Now let's look at another important aspect of customizing your DVD menus in iDVD. Drop zones. Drop zones are parts of a menu into which you can add or drop movies or still images to really give your menu a personalized, custom look. And I could continue sitting here all day trying to explain it better than that but it's so much easier just to show you how they work. I have copied the exercise files folders to my Desktop. So if you have access to the exercise files for this tutorial, you can do you can do the same and try this along with me. And inside exercise files, I have some folders: Bryce Canyon Pics, Southern Utah, deleted scenes, and a Southern Utah movie. Now the number of drop zones you are going to have is going to vary depending on which theme you have selected. In this revolution theme, I have just the 1 drop zone which you can see right there.

Now to add a movie or still image, I could go to the Media panel and grab photos from my iPhoto Library or from my Movies f...

Using drop zones and menu backgrounds
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Using drop zones and menu backgrounds provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the iDVD '09 Essential Training

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