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Designing Menus with DVD Studio Pro by John Skidgel

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Using DVD Studio Pro

DVD Studio Pro uses tabbed windows to organize its many authoring tasks. Each of these tabs has a name, such as the Assets tab, the Outline tab, the Menu tab, the Track tab, and so on. These tabs organize and put to use the various assets you will use to create your DVD.

As an example, the Assets tab is used to collect various types of media and hold it for use within your project. You may organize these various media into folders, such as a folder for track media and a folder for menu media. These assets are assigned to objects you define in the Outline tab, which is an outline of your DVD, its tracks, its menus, its slideshows, and so on. Think of the outline as a blueprint of your DVD. If you wanted to define your DVD ...

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