DVD Picture size by steve edwards 10 years ago I am making my own dvd menu. I have read many places and even in an Encore book, that in Photoshop make the menu 720 x 543 pixels. I have made the menu, but once in Encore CS3, you can see black on bo
Re: DVD Picture size by Joe Bowden 10 years ago If it's a 4:3 menu, make it 720x480 with a pixel aspect ratio of 0.9 (there's a preset for this in Photoshop beginning with Photoshop CS1).
Going from Encore - PS - Encore by steve edwards 10 years ago What is the proper way to go from Encore to Photoshop, then back to Encore I think the command is ctrl+shft+m to go from Encore to PS, but I can't get to go back to Encore without having to close PS.
Quick way (No Menu) to burn BluRay DVD ?? by Sean Kapleton 10 years ago Hey friends - first time post in this section ; ) So my office just got a Lacie BluRay external BluRay DVD Burner and I just tried using Toast 10 to do a test using 1080i HDCAM captured material...i w
SD Material on Blu-ray by Andrew Golden 10 years ago Has anyone had any experience incorporating SD material on a Blu-ray disk. I know the format allows for it but I haven't been able to find much on the process for actually putting SD content on a Blu-
Re: SD Material on Blu-ray by Joe Bowden 10 years ago Blu-ray supports all SD video content except 23.976 fps. Simply import the asset, put it into its own timeline and you should be all set.
Cannot install PXengine by Stephen Lubin 10 years ago Hi, I recently bought a Dell Studio XPS computer that has Windows Vista. I tried to install Adobe Encore DVD and everything installed correctly, but it said the computer could not install the PXengine
Re: Cannot install PXengine by Joe Bowden 10 years ago Stephen Lubin " Is there any way to fix this problem " Highly doubtful. Encore 2.0 and 1.5 both came out several years before Vista. Someone may have a hack that works, but I wouldn't count on it. Be
image script files by Sergio Barrozo 10 years ago I m using Encore CS3 and I want to import subtitles from image files. I did a test with some TIFF images, I created a Image Script File, but when the subtitles appeared in timeline, they were jagged a
Re: image script files by Joe Bowden 10 years ago Image files will yield the same result: it's the fact that in DVD-Video, the subpicture layer is a 2 bit indexed color space. That means it's incapable of anti-aliasing (as we know it), nor shadows, g