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CrystalMotion DVDwithMenu 1.1

Create and burn DVD-Video disc with interactive DVD menu

Developer:
CrystalMotion Software
License:
Shareware
OS:
Windows 98 / ME / 2000 / XP / 2003 / Vista / CE
Price:
$29.95
Price is subject to change at any time by the company
Date added:
7/4/2008
Last Update:
7/14/2010
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Download free trial ( Free Trial |2.95 MB ) CrystalMotion DVDwithMenu 1.1 Publisher's description
CrystalMotion DVDwithMenu let you author and burn DVD-Video disc with interactive DVD menu. It understands all widely used video file formats. Style of the interactive DVD menu can be selected using built-in templates. DVD menu template can further be customized.

Creation of DVD-Video is divided into three phases - Compose, Menu and Store.

Necessary video files added during Compose phase. Bit budget indicator shows estimate amount of data required by DVD-Video compilation whenever video file added to or removed from the compilation. Display aspect ratio and interlaced properties extracted from the video file can be changed in case they are found incorrect. Furthermore using built-in video player it is possible to change display aspect ratio during video playback thus getting visual confirmation of the correct display aspect ratio.

At the Menu phase look and feel of the interactive DVD menu is selected from the list of built-in DVD menu templates. The basic attributes of the DVD menu such as background image, DVD buttons palette, size, position etc. can be customized. At this phase it also possible to simulate DVD menu navigation with a built-in remote control. So the final DVD menu behavior can be seen before moving to the Store phase.

Finally, the Store phase is used to generate DVD-Video content and burn this content to DVD media. It is possible to do either both operations - create and burn or each operation can be done separately. All existing DVD media are supported. After DVD-Video content is created it can be burned into DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD-RW, DVD+RW, DVD-R DL or DVD+R DL media.