November 28, 2007 at 11:59 PM #37150ralckParticipant
I tried searching the forums, but the new layout is horrible (and incredibly slow) so I gave up.So instead of seeing if this question has already been asked, I think I’m just going to ask it…
WhatdoyouguysusetomakeDVDmenus?I’mlookingforaprogram,preferablyfreeorcheap,thatgivesmetheabilitytomakeDVDmenuswithmyownbackgroundsandlayoutstylesandsuch.I’vegotmyvideoexportedtoMPEG-2soIdon’tneedaprogramtoconvertit.Thingsliketheabilitytomakemovingmenuswouldbecool,butnotabsolutelynecessary. The ability to set up my own DVD chapters and also have the ability to set up something like an “extras” page (so I don’t just have the main video on the disc, but in fact several other videos) is a feature I really want.
Also,I’mnotsureifthisan application specific, but I’d like it to be able to export to a DVD iso so I can make an iso and test with that instead of wasting DVD’s.
November 29, 2007 at 10:51 PM #164608Ryan3078Participant
Wow. The page ended on the right of my screen, but the text keeps going for another screen and a half’s worth past the end. Anyways.
I just got Sony DVD Architect Studio 4.5. It can do everything you have listed, plus more. Grab a 30 day unlimited demo here
Try it out, it’s only $40 to buy, and is awesome for the price.
November 30, 2007 at 7:08 AM #164609ralckParticipant
Sorry about the formatting… I didn’t know I was supposed to set that up myself!
December 1, 2007 at 2:07 AM #164610Ryan3078Participant
No problem. The formatting is probably a problem with the forum – you’re not supposed to set it up!
January 5, 2008 at 4:49 PM #164611klopexParticipant
I use Pinnacle 10 for editing my videos. Its DVD menu editor is powerful, yet it is not very pleasant to use. I don’t recommend it.
Definitely try before you buy. Just about everything has a 30 day trial that you can download.
I will ask you, how do you perform an ISO test?
February 11, 2008 at 10:22 PM #164612swat791Participant
“I just got Sony DVD Architect Studio 4.5. It can do everything you have listed, plus more.”
I’ll second that statement. I really like DVD Architect for making a DVD.
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