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LandofNidRe: Slate or JPEG before each movie?
by on Feb 14, 2006 at 1:19:30 pm

I would say the easiest way is to include the slate in the Mpeg of the movie you created originally but if you havn't done that don't despair. It just means you be doing alot of draggin and droping slates before their respective movies. Be sure to double check them to make sure they are correct.

Options:
You can have all of your movies on one track rather than 90 or 100 tracks. Just drop the correct slate in the timeline followed by the mpeg2 movie. Then drop the next slate for the second movie. Drop in the second movie...and repeat. You can add chapter markers to the beginning of each slate so that you can link or jump to them from the main menu....
The above I think think is the easiest way of setting this up.

You could of course put each movie on it own track with it's slate too. I think the limit for tracks per DVD is 99. You'll have to decide which you think is easier/better for you and your goals.

Now...if you want to get fancier you could set up the DVD with a play all scenario so that if you click play all...all the movies play back to back but if you click on the actual chapter or separate movie link then the DVD plays ONLY that movie and then returns to the main menu.

I hope this helps!


-Nicholas Bierzonski
Editor/DVD Author/Java Boy
http://www.FinalFocusProductions.com


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