DVD Studio Pro 4: The Complete Guide to DVD Authoring with Macintosh

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McGraw Hill Professional, Apr 14, 2006 - Performing Arts - 536 pages
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  • Includes DVD with sample footage, authoring samples, graphics, and project graphical layout
  • Covers video and audio encoding, Photoshop for DVD authoring, and new Hi-DEF features
 

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Contents

Foreword
xxxv
Preface
xxxvii
Acknowledgments
xxxix
DVD Studio Pro 4
xli
Introduction
xliii
Chapter 1 What Is a DVD?
1
Chapter 2 What Is DVD Studio Pro 4?
23
Chapter 3 The Workspace
47
Chapter 12 Creating Subtitles
337
Chapter 13 Basic Scripting for DVD Studio Pro 4
355
Chapter 14 Building and Formatting
383
Chapter 15 Graphics Issues for DVD Images
413
Chapter 16 Duplication and Replication
437
Chapter 17 Advanced Authoring
451
Chapter 18 Future Developments
465
Command Reference
467

Chapter 4 Assets
91
Chapter 5 Making Video
107
Chapter 6 Preparing Audio Assets
139
Chapter 7 Authoring Tracks
183
Chapter 8 Creating Markers and Stories
219
Chapter 9 Authoring Menus
237
Chapter 10 Authoring Slideshows
295
Chapter 11 Making Connections
317
Alternative Encoders
469
DVD Media Reference Guide
481
DVD Glossary
485
DVD Studio Pro InstallUpgrade
501
QuickTime153 Installation Guide
513
Index
517
Copyright

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About the author (2006)

Bruce Nazarian is President of Gnome Digital Media, through which he produces, consults, and instructs on DVD. A world-renowned expert on DVD authoring and a Master Trainer, Bruce is also a member of the DVD Association National Board of Directors, and the busy webmaster of www.recipe4dvd.com and www.dvda.org.

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