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Focal Easy Guide to DVD Studio Pro 3: For New Users and Professionalsby Rick Young
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This highly illustrated, full color book tells you all you need to know to get up and running quickly using DVD Studio Pro to achieve professional results.
All the essential areas are covered: preparing your assets, the DVD SP interface, setting up your DVD, adding tracks, building menus, adding markers, building slideshows, making subtitles and multiplexing.
An invaluable first read for users of all levels who want to author DVDs professionally!
* Save time, learn all you need to know to author DVD's professionally with DVD Studio Pro, fast!
* Clear and concise coverage, written for DVD SP 3 but relevant to all versions
* Ideal for professionals, new users, and those migrating to DVD SP from other authoring systems: benefit from a professional's experience and start authoring immediately
This highly illustrated, full-color book tells readers all they need to know to get up and running quickly using DVD Studio Pro to achieve professional results. All the essential areas are covered: preparing assets, the DVD SP interface, setting up DVD, adding tracks, building menus, adding markers, building slideshows, making subtitles, and multiplexing.
About the Author
Director and Founding Member of the UK Final Cut Pro User Group and an Apple Solutions Expert. A freelance television director and editor with many years of broadcast experience, including work for the BBC, Sky, ITN, CNBC and Reuters. Also a Final Cut Pro Consultant, Rick has attended numerous UK and US exhibitions, is a liaison to the US FCP user groups, and author of the best-selling, The Focal Easy Guide to Final Cut Pro 6.
Table of Contents
Introduction; Hardware Requirements; Installing DVD Studio Pro; Making DVD's - The Easy Way; Making DVD's - The Professional Way; Overview of the DVD Production Process; Planning Your Disc; Preparing Assets; The DVD Studio Pro Interface; Setting up Your DVD; Adding Tracks; Building Menus; Adding Markers; Building Slideshows; Making Subtitles; Finishing the DVD; Multiplexing - Putting it all together.
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