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ryan earlydelivering a training video on USB instead of DVD
by on Nov 17, 2014 at 4:32:33 am

Hi I have a fairly long how to video to put together which will be broken up into chapters. We would like to deliver it on branded USB sticks so we can include PDF's etc. Has anyone done a similar job and is it possible to have chapters and a menu ?

I was also unsure if it should be windows or quicktime for compatibility. Any advice or feedback greatly appreciated.


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Graham MacfarlaneRe: delivering a training video on USB instead of DVD
by on Nov 17, 2014 at 10:29:35 am

Hello Ryan,

You could use Adobe Encore.

In Encore: create your menu; import, arrange and linkup your media; then export it all to a USB drive using the flash format.

Detailed instructions here should help:
http://helpx.adobe.com/encore/using/exporting-projects-flash-format.html

With this method you won’t need to be concerned about apple or windows based media formats as everything is encoded to flash by encore, on export.

Graham Macfarlane - CGI specialist
Elyarch Ltd - London UK

3D Studio Max | Vray | Pflow | PhoenixFD | After effects | Mocha


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Ron HersheyRe: delivering a training video on USB instead of DVD
by on Nov 17, 2014 at 1:04:07 pm

Hi Ryan,

We have a solution that can take a DVD, retain chapters, menus, bonus material, subtitles, languages, etc., and record it to USB with copy protection. The playback works exactly like playing the DVD. This same solution can also be delivered electronically via download.

I'll be at a customer site all day, but could discuss with you in more detail tomorrow. Please contact me if you would like more informaion. Or see our web page on e-Delivery (http://bit.ly/1dIR3RJ) - most of the same concepts detailed there for the download solution also apply to the USB solution.

Ron Hershey
Endeavor Digital, Inc.
Digital Content Management Solutions
717-685-4030
ronh@endeavordigital.com


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ryan earlyRe: delivering a training video on USB instead of DVD
by on Nov 18, 2014 at 1:09:10 am

Many thanks for the tips and re encore I'll definitely investigate that option, thanks Graham.


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