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Whats good for custom DVD menus?

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Anonymous
March 27, 2005 7:25:39 AM

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DVD-lab/Pro or Adobe Premiere Elements or...

DVD Menu Studio

Ulead DVD Workshop 2.2

Anything else?


Bye for now.

Clive.
Anonymous
March 27, 2005 7:25:40 AM

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"Clive Savage" <clive@milllom.fsnet.co.uk> wrote in message
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> DVD-lab/Pro or Adobe Premiere Elements or...
>
> DVD Menu Studio
>
> Ulead DVD Workshop 2.2
>
> Anything else?
>
>
> Bye for now.
>
> Clive.


Ok, I'll bite.

Would an Authoring program that lets you exchange menu
components by simply selecting your image or motion clip
file using a selection/preview window, make your list?

How about if you can have Thumbnails and/or Text as
selection items in your menus? Would up to 24 selection
items per page be enough?

What if you could use spaces to make a resizable,
repositionable "Invisible" selection area, over any area
of your background image/clip?

Also if you could simply replace any button, with an image
of your choice, and have the program add a highlight layer
for you? What if you could replace any button with a layered
image of your own?

How about if you could make a highlight layer that was
composed of fancy text, and have it be invisible until you
mouse over it?

Would it be worth listing if; all text fields could have not
only their content, but their properties dynamically changed
at will? Size, Position, Font, Color, Shadow, ect...

Having adjustable Highlight color and transparency, let it
make the list?

How about if you can save as many "Menu Themes" as you
want with the Background image or Clip stored with it, ready
to go?

If you haven't guessed I'm talking about "TMPGEnc DVD
Author".

Luck;
Ken
!