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The Muvipix.com Guide to DVD Architect Studio 5.0 (Anglais) Broché – 14 décembre 2010


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Once you’ve finished editing your video masterpiece, you’ll want to distribute it in the glossiest package available. Sony’s powerful, yet surprisingly affordable DVD Architect Studio gives you the tools to create exciting and professional-looking DVDs and BluRay discs on your home computer. You’ll learn: • How to build a DVD or BluRay disc from your video and media clips • How to personalize your disc menus with custom graphics and backgrounds • How to bring your disc menus to life with animation and music • How to build complex menu structures, so that you can include alternate takes, outtakes and bonus features • How to add playlists, slideshows and compilations to your discs • How to create custom buttons and button highlights • How to create your own disc menu themes

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Steve Grisetti holds a master’s degree in Telecommunications from Ohio University and spent several years working in the motion picture and television industry in Los Angeles. A veteran of several video editing programs and systems, Steve is the co-founder of Muvipix.com, a help and support site for amateur and semi-professional videomakers. A professional graphic designer and video freelancer, he has taught classes in Photoshop and lectured on design. He lives in suburban Milwaukee.


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A must-have book for a must-have application 2 janvier 2013
Par Gerry L - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
It's a trite phrase, but one that's very apt in this case: this is the missing manual for the software. In this book Steve thoroughly disassembles DVD Architect Studio 5, piece by piece, and explains each in a way that's accessible and understandable. Rather than just being a piece of software that allows a user to create a disc menu, the program allows users to assemble professional-looking, multi-faceted menus... a feat that would be totally impossible without this well written guide. Don't get the app without also getting this book -- both are well worth it!
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DVDAS explained simply 11 avril 2011
Par B. Silverman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
It's great when you can open a book to any page and learn what you need to know now without having to start at the beginning. That's how this and all of Steve's books seem to work.
Everything is clearly explained, complete with references to other portions of the book which may help to expand upon the topic.
And as a bonus, you can actually go to muvipix.com and ask questions on the free forum and receive answers from knowlegeable people, including the author himself!
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The Missing Manual for DVD Architect Studio 5! 11 avril 2011
Par grt0106 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Problem: My HD slide shows set to music--my HD "music videos"--range in length up to a maximum of about 12 minutes. If I use standard 25GB Blu-ray disks to share these, then

1) there is a lot of wasted space
2) I haven't been able to find blank Blu-rays disks that accept Lightscribe labelling, which my clients and I really like and
3) the blank Blu-ray disks are expensive

Last but not least: I can't burn the HD files to an HD folder.

Solution: Sony's DVD Architect Studio 5.0 software ($39 for the download) accompanied by Steve's recent new book on how to use it.

Not only can I burn my HD timelines to folder but also I can output Blu-ray quality to inexpensive SD discs that will play in any Blu-ray layer. This feature alone covers the cost of the software and book.
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I thought I knew DVDA ... 12 décembre 2012
Par SlowCooker Uncle Ben - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Ditto on all the comments made by others. I thought I knew DVDA fairly well and hesitated to spend money on a book. Well, I'm only half way through it now and realize how much better my earlier productions could have been. This book is EXCELLENT!
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Muvipix is great 27 novembre 2012
Par Robert Horton - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I found the website then the link to the book. I am so pleased I bought it as it is so clearly written. I would recommend it to anyone
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