- Published: Sunday, 08 April 2012 22:23
- Written by Derek Moran
In this tutorial I will show you how to create a Home Button for a DVD Menu using Sony DVD Architect Studio
When you create a complex Menu System for a DVD Architect Studio project, you quite often need to create many navigation buttons to make moving around your DVD a lot easier for the user. As you add more and more Sub-Menus, you need to learn how to change the "address" for each navigation button you add. Basically you tell DVD Architect what should happen when someone presses a button.
If you are a new user of DVD Architect Studio 5.0, it can be a little overwhelming when you first start out. Once you learn how to assign functions to each Button and Menu item, it becomes much easier to create fantastic menus for you DVDs. Your friends, family and business clients will be totally amazed with just how professional your DVDs are.
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All the best Ponty
Thanks for the message.
I will have to add your question to the list of questions that keeps arriving.
This is not an easy question to answer - just like 90% of Vegas stuff.
Will message you when I have an answer posted.