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[. . . ] DVD Studio Pro 4 User Manual K Apple Computer, Inc. © 2006 Apple Computer, Inc. All rights reserved. Under the copyright laws, this manual may not be copied, in whole or in part, without the written consent of Apple. Your rights to the software are governed by the accompanying software license agreement. The Apple logo is a trademark of Apple Computer, Inc. , registered in the U. S. [. . . ] This automatically sets white to be fully transparent. · Select Advanced as the Overlay Colors setting, then set the opacity for white to 0 for each selection state. Chapter 9 Creating Menus Using the Layered Method 331 Configuring a Layered Button Configuring a layered button is a matter of selecting layers in the menu's PSD file to display in the three button states (normal, selected, and activated). To configure a layered button: 1 Click in the button's active area. 2 Set the button's connection by choosing an element from the target pop-up menu in the top section of the Button Inspector. A list of all layers in the PSD file appears. The normal button state column The selected button state column The activated button state column 4 Select the checkbox in the Normal column next to the layer to display when this button is not selected or activated. If the normal state for the button is already part of the background, you do not need to select layers in the Normal column. 5 Select the checkbox in the Selected column next to the layer to display when this button is selected. You can select more than one layer. 332 Chapter 9 Creating Menus Using the Layered Method 6 Select the checkbox in the Activated column next to the layer to display when this button is activated. 7 To verify the layer settings, use the Menu Editor's button state icons to select the state (normal, selected, or activated) to display. Shows the normal state. Shows the selected state. Shows the activated state. You need to repeat this process for each layered button in your menu. Setting Layered Menu Button Properties The Button Inspector for layered menus has four tabs: Button, Layers, Colors, and Transition. Settings at the Top of the Button Inspector for Layered Menus The top of the Button Inspector for layered menus has three settings. · Name: By default, buttons manually added to a menu are named "Button _, " where "_" is the button number on that menu. To reduce confusion when viewing a list of the menu's buttons, it is helpful to rename the buttons based on their functions. This number is based on the order in which the buttons are added to the menu. See "About Button Numbers" on page 264 for information on changing this number and why it can be important. · Target: You can use this pop-up menu to define a button's action when activated. (You can also use the Connections tab or Control-click the button. ) Often you must set the connection later since what you want to jump to has not yet been added to the project. The pop-up menu contains all possible project elements you can jump to. Chapter 9 Creating Menus Using the Layered Method 333 Button Tab in the Button Inspector for Layered Menus The Button tab in the Button Inspector for layered menus contains settings that allow you to customize the selected button. · Navigation: This area lets you set the actions that take place when the viewer uses the arrow buttons on the DVD player's remote control to navigate around the title. Since this is the typical way the title will be viewed, it is important to spend some time configuring the navigation in a logical, predictable way. See "Configuring Button Navigation" on page 268 for information. · Angle/Audio/Subtitle Streams: Use these three pop-up menus to connect a button to specific audio, subtitle, and angle streams to play back. For the subtitle stream, you can also choose whether subtitles should appear. · Auto Action: If you enable Auto Action for a button, it will activate automatically as soon as it is navigated to, without the viewer needing to press Enter. This is useful in menus, such as scene selection menus, in which you use Next and Previous buttons; you can assume that if viewers navigate to the Next or Previous button, they want to activate it. Note: With overlay-based buttons, if you select this option, only the activated color mapping appears when the button is navigated to, skipping the selected color mapping. 334 Chapter 9 Creating Menus Using the Layered Method · Invisible: Applies to overlay-based buttons. Allows you to have a button that does not display highlights in the normal, selected, or activated state. [. . . ] See embedded MPEG encoder QuickTime website 35 R Radial Blur transition 643 Read DLT toolbar item 163 red laser discs capacity 41, 578 common sizes 41 described 38, 555, 652 filenaming issues 573­574 setting size 130 specifying as disc media 130 UDF 1. 02 volume 574 reference frames. See I-frames refreshing assets 200­201 Region/Copyright tab 557­558 region codes default 122 described 39, 502, 652 dual-standard players and 48 listed 502 selecting 557 vs. See GPRMs; SPRMs remote control buttons 608­610 assigning functions to DVD players 608­610 configuring 610 connections 529 markers 389 resume feature 259 stories 392 rendering menus 115, 230 rendering settings 115­116 replication facility 28, 653 resolution audio 48 default 112 HD projects 58, 67, 86, 114, 208, 248, 328, 361 menus 328 monitors 123 MPEG video 57­58, 104 SD projects 57, 67, 248, 328, 361 slides 97 slideshows 97, 406, 426 supported by DVD Studio Pro 21, 104, 107 templates and 309 tracks 361 video 57­58 resources, DVD Studio Pro 34 resume command 489 resume feature 259 Return button 247, 328, 609 Reveal transition 643 RGB values 16 ROM-only DVD discs 575­576 Rotate transition 644 Rotation Blur transition 644 RTF files 456 rulers 118­119, 212 S S/PDIF (Sony/Philips Digital Interface) 33, 653 sample rates 17, 25, 48, 105, 108 SCR format 431 Script Command Inspector 475 Script Editor accessing 471, 476 adding command lines 471, 471­472 copying command lines 473 creating scripts 476 described 151 displaying 470 removing command lines 471­472 reordering command lines 472 scripting display conditions and 479 examples 509­519 overview 469­470, 479­480 user interface for 470­475 scripting commands 480­490 See also command lines adding comments to 475 configuring 475, 476 described 470 displaying information about 474 moving between 471 selecting 475 scripting language 467 Script Inspector 470, 474 scripts 467­523 See also pre-scripts adding to buttons 344 adding to menus 299, 344 checking parental controls 517­519 comparing elements 481­483 creating 476 described 653 Index 675 disc playback and 480 duplicating 477 in DVD Studio Pro 467 editing 470 exit points 480 for playing tracks 510­513 GPRMs and 469, 504­508 jump commands in 484­485, 488 jumping to loop point 509 limitations 46 loading 477 naming 474, 476 placeholders in 483 planning 476 resuming 489 saving 477 saving as files 477 source values 487 SPRMs and 469, 482, 491­504 stopping playback 490 stories 393 stream values 488 terminating 480 testing 478­479 tracks 361 uses for 467 Script tab 151, 471­473, 623 SCSI devices 29 SD assets 38, 86, 181, 184, 371 SD DVD players 38 SD DVD-R drives 30 SD DVD specification 25, 50, 51 SD DVD standard changing to HD DVD standard 128, 135 described 38 high definition and 19 overview 19 preferences 113 red laser discs. See red laser disks specifying for projects 112, 113, 126, 127­128 SD DVD video zone files 566­567 SD projects See also projects 16:9 graphics and 208 16:9 video and 51 aspect ratio 114 audio formats 81 bit rates for 43, 55, 70 blue laser media and 30 build files 565­567 compatibility issues 38 considerations 38 converting to HD projects 128, 135, 184 disc space required for transitions 44 general vs. [. . . ]


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