Solved DVDA Advanced Menus

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DVDA Advanced Menus was created by Robbie

Hi all I’m currently compiling a project for my son and daughter in law's dance school movie project to be delivered in both DVD and Blu Ray and I'm trying to achieve a menu presentation I was able to achieve in DVD Lab many years ago (DVD Lab hasn't been developed to produce Blu Ray).  Briefly … in the scene selection menus, what I’m hoping to achieve is on the left half of the screen including a list of text links to scenes and on the right side a single image relating to the scene currently highlighted on the left side.  The image would change as you scroll up and down the scene list on the left side.  Hope that makes sense.Can this be achieved in DVDA?  I note that scripting is not available for Blu Ray. I've also posted the question of the VegasCreativesoftware forums and will happily share any advice I might recieve there.

Cheers, Robbie
30 Jan 2021 23:34 #1

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Replied by Robbie on topic DVDA Advanced Menus

If anyone's interested there's a short video walk through on the Vagas creative forum at
www.vegascreativesoftware.info/us/forum/dvda-advanced-menus--126936/
Cheers, Robbie

 
31 Jan 2021 14:29 #2

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Replied by DoctorZen on topic DVDA Advanced Menus

Thanks for providing link to solution   
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01 Feb 2021 11:13 #3

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Replied by Robbie on topic DVDA Advanced Menus

Always happy to share the little I do know.  The frustration in this case is that the technique I recalled with a memory jogger from DougT at the VCS forum is fundamentally the same technique I suggested to Martin (mbp511) on this forum just 2 years ago - DOH! . Much as aging is far preferable to the only alternative I currently know of, it does have its down sides lol.
Cheers, Robbie
01 Feb 2021 23:04 #4

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