Create a DVD with a Menu
DVD is an optical disc storage media format. Its main uses are video and data storage. DVDs are of the same dimensions as compact discs (CDs), but store more than six times as much data.
It is simple to create a DVD with a menu by using a DVD burner with a hard drive. In fact, most of the DVD burners give you choices to select menu. This step usually occurs during the finishing stage when you burn DVD data onto the DVD. And when you use DVD copy software to rip DVD, the DVD-Cloner can help you create a menu.
1. Establish chapters when selecting clips for your DVD. Do this by dividing your video into logical chunks of time. Good chapter points occur when there is a change of location, subject or period of time.
2. Organize your chapters in the order you want them to appear along a time line. Move your chapters around so that they are in a logical progression.
3. Name your chapters. It is important to do this before actually burning the DVD because you won't be able to change them later. Most DVD burners automatically name anything you download into the hard drive with the date, source and record number. Erase this information and replace it with something that you will recognize years later when you watch this DVD.
4. Review your DVD time line to make sure that everything is in the order you want it to be and that all your chapters are labeled correctly. When you are certain that everything is ready, burn your DVD on to a blank DVD.
5. Finish your DVD. This is a process that allows your newly burned DVD to be viewed on any DVD player. Go to the main menu and select "Finish DVD." You will be offered a variety of menu styles to choose from. These will be of different colors, designs and sizes.
6. Wait for the DVD to finish. This usually takes about one minute.
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