DVD Studio Pro 1.5 for Macintosh

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Peachpit, 2003 - Computers - 401 pages
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If you're an independent filmmaker, video professional, corporate trainer, or event videographer looking to create professional DVD-Video with Apple's DVD Studio Pro, you'll appreciate the practical format ofDVD Studio Pro 1.5 for Macintosh: Visual QuickPro Guide. Each task is broken down into concise step-by-step instructions, illustrated with plenty of informative screenshots. All of the exciting features in DVD Studio Pro merit in-depth treatment: menu creation, chapter markers, scripting, MPEG encoding, asset organization, linking, and output formatting are all clearly explained. Plus, the book reveals previously undocumented DVD Studio Pro secrets, such as how to write advanced scripts using SPRMs and how to burn DVD-RW discs directly from within the software.DVD Studio Pro 1.5 for Macintosh: Visual QuickPro Guidepicks up where the manual leaves off with complete coverage of AC-3 encoding, including tutorials on determining the dialog normalization value and compression profile for AC-3 audio streams. This handy Visual QuickPro Guide is a reference tool and a start-to-finish tutorial that will grow with you as you master one of the most powerful tools available for creating DVDs on the Mac.

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Contents

Getting Ready
2
Before You Begin
3
DVD Basics
23
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

Based in Vancouver, Martin Sitter is a multimedia artist, audio producer, and technical writer specializing in the next generation of track-based video and audio applications. Martin is also the author of LiveStage Professional 3 for Macintosh & Windows: Visual QuickStart Guide.

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