Opening a DVDThe first thing PGCEdit will do now is scan through your DVD, looking for navigational information so it can present it to you in an easy-to-use interface. This will correct for the difference in pixel aspect ratios between your pc display and DVD Save your image as a bitmap (.bmp). I don't think there is a single program that can do this. When it is selected (green), right click it and the Menu Editor Option will open up again as before...
You can focus on only the tasks that you want to learn about. They bring several years of hands-on video editing experience to bear in their coverage of Premiere Elements. If any of these topics, or related ones, are of interest to you, drop me a line at [email protected] and I will see about putting together another tutorial. This is for situations in which you don't have access to the original DVD project files (if you have access to these files you should just re-author the DVD through standard https://forums.techguy.org/threads/looking-for-program-to-modify-existing-dvd-menu.949537/
For example, in my case I want my commentary button to simply select English audio because I stripped the commentary during backup, so now I left-click on Commentary because I want If a VTSM contains different commands, select it and do the following: Edit Cmd this will bring up the Command Editor window Jump to… > First Play PGC > JumpSS-FP Click Jeffu is an independent video/DVD producer and media artist, and his work can be seen at http://www.jeffu.tvBibliographic informationTitleDVD Authoring with DVD Studio Pro 2AuthorJeff WarmouthEditionillustratedPublisherGulf Professional Publishing, 2004ISBN024080516X, 9780240805160Length464 pagesSubjectsPerforming Arts›Film
Each video track (represented by VTST in the PGC menu) should have a corresponding VTSM. If not, select it and click Process on the right hand side. If you're new to Tech Support Guy, we highly recommend that you visit our Guide for New Members. I specify the file and the screen is black.
Subpic Color / Transparency > dropdown select "Use automatic CLUT" from the dropdown menu. Pgcedit Tutorial You can also set this through the File menu. As you can see the VTS menus are split up into sections (if you don't know what VTS means, don't worry). http://forum.videohelp.com/threads/197413-how-to-modify-an-existing-DVD-menu By default, newly created VTSMs should contain the following pre command: (JumpSS) Jump to First Play PGC Check each of your VTSMs, if their command looks like this then you can
Subpic Color / Transparency set b and p to the background color of your subpic BMP (must be exact color) set e1 and e2 to the highlight color of your subpic Alexandra AlexandraS, Sep 12, 2010 #1 This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies. It reads 3 while your will almost certainly read 1 because I changed it to 3 myself. If this is a one-time thing for you, especially if it's a commercial DVD, don't bother.
Edit The first time you click this it will ask if you want to create a new button, say yes. http://backstar.com/blog/2009/09/22/create-new-menu-for-existing-dvd/ Search for: Tags:Avidemux BD Blu-Ray Camera cassette Codec Compression Consult Content DVD Encoding Firmware fix HD HDD Media Mencoder menu Platform Production repair Scripting Secure Solutions Still frame Streaming tape Technology Pgcedit Guide How to delete a buttonThe first thing to do is simply to left click on the button you want to get rid of to select it (it will be green), then This is a must-have reference for anyone who needs to produce high-quality discs for distribution.distribution.* Covers DVD Studio Pro's basic, extended, and advanced configurations* Tutorials allow you to use your own
Both are well known in the community. This url helped: http://forum.doom9.org/archive/index.php/t-121766.html I had to go to More Settings and place a check on the "Do not use Overlay". The pages are peppered with examples of commercial designs, along with tips from the artists who created them. So if you have more buttons to delete then you can go right ahead, just follow the same instructions again until you are satisfied.
levick7th July 2004, 23:45Hi all, speaking of DVD menus, can I be put in the right direction please. This guide assumes you already have your VIDEO_TS folder with all of your DVD files (VOB, IFO, BUP) inside it. Of course, all these right-hand settings are optional. Select this command Edit Cmd this will bring up the Command Editor window settings addressed in this tutorial are highlighted in red Jump to… > VMGM Menu > JumpSS-VMGM-pgc Jump to
Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Chuck works with the media department for a large church and is in the software development department of AFC Express.Bibliographic informationTitleAdobe Premiere Elements 2 in a SnapIn a SnapSafari Books OnlineSams If you have some programming experience, you might notice that it's easy to compile your VB or C++ code, but it's impossible to "de-compile" a program re-creating the exact source code.
The first will change the color of the buttons, while the second will create a square highlight over that whole section of the menu.
Click Ok to return to the Menu Editor window. Below the Edit Color Schemes button there is a button that looks something like this: Click it to open the Our In a Snap format allows you to easily jump in anywhere in the book. Some may not, in which case you will have to add them. Btw, Ben has been really patient in assisting me with this issue.
You can focus on only the tasks that you want to learn about. In this case your best chance is if there is an extra button that you don't ever use on the main menu. I can do this with a menu that is a short movie file by counting the loops and comparing the gprms with instructions to jump when the loop count is met. This is "not" a comprehensive PGCEdit guide, it's a quick solution for manipulating the buttons of a pre-authored DVD menu, which comes in useful for many reason.
To find this you may have to return to the main PgcEdit screen and preview the VTST entries on the left hand side by selecting them and clicking Preview > Preview It will look like the picture that accompanies this text. This is how DVDSubEdit knows which elements of your BMP represent the background and which represent the highlights. Cell selectionYou may only have 1 Cell in this particular VTSM that you can edit, or you may have many.
Important: If you want to modify an existing menu, another post will be made soon to clarify some of the differences. Such a button can be used for your purpose. If you have a project that you need assistance with, please let us know via my e-mail (above) or the Contact-Us section of our site. why do the dvd-player read out the dvd-structur and menu so easy, but an program doesn't already exist ? :rolleyes: Dimmer6th July 2004, 00:27Player can read it very well, as well
When you do that, look at the button bar op top of the program. You do not have to know what any of that means, I will guide you to complete your task without having to type anything at all. referee07 replied Feb 13, 2017 at 9:21 AM Loading... Alternately, select Build from the Mode menu.
The first thing you will notice is that you can actually change the location of the button on the menu, but that's probably not a good idea (especially not a widescreen For more experienced users, the advanced section...https://books.google.co.uk/books/about/DVD_Authoring_with_DVD_Studio_Pro_2.html?id=wji43Mt9yxkC&utm_source=gb-gplus-shareDVD Authoring with DVD Studio Pro 2My libraryHelpAdvanced Book SearchGet print bookNo eBook availableAccess Online via ElsevierAmazon.co.ukBookDepositoryWaterstone'sWHSmithBlackwellFind in a libraryAll sellers»Shop for Books on Google Show Ignored Content As Seen On Welcome to Tech Support Guy! VTSM 1 / LU 1 / PGC 2, PG 3, Cell, 3: VOB ID 20, Cell ID 1 Gibberish?
If you do receive problems, simply copy all the contents in the PgcEdit folder (CTRL + A to select all, and CTRL + C to copy) and then go back to That area where all of that information is, is in fact a button.