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  • Hey guys, how ya'll doing out there?

  • It's time for another tutorial from PinnacleStudioPro.

  • All right, I know some of you guys out there want to have a DVD

  • That you know just loops for a long time, I don't know

  • maybe you're going to a convention for popcorn makers or

  • unicycles or toast that butters your bread

  • I don't know, but you want to show your product

  • and you don't want to have to keep going back

  • and having to play it over and over and over again, yeah I know

  • There are those repeat buttons, the replay button

  • on DVD players now-a-days but hey,

  • let's just make it simple and make a DVD that loops or

  • some of you guys out there might just want to have

  • a menu that lasts longer than 12 freaking seconds

  • I can help you get that done.

  • Let's get into it.

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  • All right Pinnacle Peeps. Here we are in Pinnacle Studio 17 Ultimate

  • Let's go ahead and get this looping DVD or this extended

  • DVD menu thing popping. First and foremost create your project

  • Put all your video clips, sound, music, and all that down in the timeline

  • Do all your trimming, splitting, and make your video beautiful

  • I'm just gonna pull one clip down in here

  • It doesn't make sense for me to create all that stuff I'm not doing a

  • unicycle convention video to be showing to all the people

  • who love unicycles I'm just make a tutorial for you

  • Check out the little video I placed in here

  • I think you're gonna like it...I like it

  • Let me play it for you.

  • Hey man, how all the people doing out there on YouTube my brother?

  • I like the rhythm, the way the sounds are going down man.

  • All right, anyway, that's enough of that. So I got this little clip

  • clip down in here with my sound and all this good stuff.

  • Now the first thing we need to do

  • is we need to create two files

  • One file is going to be the total project with the

  • pictures, video, sound everything every, and then the

  • other file will just be the audio for the project

  • You need to have both of them in order to make

  • your menu looping or to extend

  • your video menu to make it how you want it to be

  • So now that we got our project in here we're gonna click on

  • the "Export" button. The first thing we want to do is we want to create

  • the video file and for this we're gonna do

  • a MPEG2 file. The reason why we're doing MPEG2 is because

  • we're creating a DVD

  • MPEG2 is DVD compatible so when you go to the choices

  • here make sure you select DVD compatible

  • Then you want to select a location on your drive where you will

  • save this file you must remember this location for later on

  • you want click on a folder and you want to select your location

  • click "OK". Now once you're done with that click "Start Export"

  • and it will export your file to the location

  • you selected on your computer

  • Once you're done with that a little pop up will show up

  • you just click the little close button

  • but stay in the exporter screen because you need to do the audio file

  • So what you wanna do now is go up to your settings

  • and change it from MPEG2 to Audio

  • All right

  • Once again you want to select a location on

  • your computer where this will be saved

  • Once again you must remember this location

  • because you're gonna need it later on. Once you have

  • your location selected click "Start Export"

  • and it will export the audio file

  • Once you're done with all of that you can go

  • ahead and close bad boy out

  • Over here in the library section or library bin

  • we need to make sure that the locations where we saved the

  • video file and the audio file are open in here right now

  • So if they're not open you just go to "Navigation"

  • go to "Videos" select the location wherever it's at

  • And then you want to open up a new tab from if necessary

  • And then you want to go to "Navigation" again

  • And you want to choose where you saved your audio

  • The reason why we want to do that now is because when

  • we get over into the menu editor

  • those locations will already be accessible to us for creating our menu

  • We got our project here we're good to go and everything we created

  • our little DVD menu, you don't really need the project to be

  • in here anymore as we already saved it to a location. Don't be scared

  • If you need to you can do "File", "Save As" and save your project

  • as something, But then you wanna do "File", "New", "Movie"

  • I gonna hit "Don't Save cause I don't really care about that clip

  • Now you wanna bring a small clip

  • down into the timeline but make sure that whatever you bring down in

  • the timeline matches the aspect ratio of the DVD menu that you want

  • Like if I were to bring this clip down

  • See how it doesn't fill the whole screen in the preview it's

  • gonna make my DVD menu standard instead of widescreen

  • I want to choose something that's gonna keep it widescreen which is

  • this logo here. I'm gonna left click on it drag it down to the timeline

  • Doesn't really matter what the heck you put in here because nobody's

  • ever gonna see it okay. If you doing an actual

  • DVD with a menu and stuff disregard what I just said

  • you could just go ahead and click on the

  • "Author" tab but if you're not, if you're just making a looping DVD

  • then all you need in here is a little picture. Doesn't matter how long it is

  • So now we're gonna click on the "Author" tab

  • and it's gonna say do you want to create s disc project from

  • your open movie, and I say yes...because I do.

  • When it does that you'll see that a disc menu tab is gonna pop up

  • I'm gonna click on his "Disc Menu"

  • and then I want to choose my disc menu. It doesn't matter which one

  • I pick because I'm gonna cover it up anyway with my own background

  • And all the other stuff I gonna delete and move the heck out of there

  • I'm just gonna choose a standard one, I'm gonna left click on it hold the

  • left my left mouse button down

  • LEFT, MOUSE, BUTTON, say it with me

  • LEFT, MOUSE, BUTTON

  • I'm gonna hold it down and I'm gonna drag it to the menu list area

  • and now we see that we got our little menu up in here in a preview

  • screen but down here there's a little edit button

  • I'm gonna click on this. Once again depending on what you're doing

  • you might wanna change this text up to

  • be whatever you want it to be

  • I'm just gonna get rid of it. I'll backspace here

  • Click on the text above it and backspace here

  • I don't need it, I'm gonna have my own background

  • on my looping DVD, if you're making a menu you can leave

  • these play buttons down here if you want to

  • Once again it's really up to you all right

  • I'm getting rid of them because I don't need them

  • Backspace and Backspace

  • I have nothing on here right now

  • What I wanna do is, I want to go up here to the media area

  • and I want to select the files that I saved earlier

  • I told you to remember the location didn't I? I told you to open up that

  • location didn't I? Now you know why I told you to do that there

  • I'm gonna click on this one, I'm gonna scroll down to the menu

  • background I created, I'm gonna left click on the mouse button

  • hold it down and drag it to the background settings area

  • All right. In here...beautifully

  • This little button here for the "Background Aspect Ratio" right now

  • is set to "Stretch" I'm gonna change that to "Keep Aspect"

  • You'll see that if I play this even though I saved it with sound

  • there is no sound, this is why we had to create the second

  • audio file so now I'm gonna go over here and find

  • the audio that I called menu music,

  • I'm gonna left click, hold it down,

  • and drag it to the audio drop zone

  • Now if I play this...

  • I got the audio and I got the video that I created

  • and they're perfectly synced up

  • One thing I did not mention, I should have but I didn't

  • oh well...you gotta remember the amount or the length of time

  • of your project that you created because you want to change

  • the time of the menu now

  • If your project is longer to 15 minutes tough cookies

  • If you to try make a disc menu that's longer than 15 minutes

  • it's gonna crash...it's not gonna create it

  • So do something less than 15 minutes, that's your max

  • I wouldn't even go close to 15 minutes if I didn't have to

  • Now I need to change the time on it, so I know the timing for mine

  • is 59.24, so I'm gonna go down here to the duration

  • I'm gonna click on this, change it to 59.24 and hit enter.

  • And now you see my timeline is now longer than

  • 12 freaking seconds, it's actually 59.2 4

  • that I created, all right.

  • The last thing I need to do, if this is a looping DVD

  • and I'm not gonna have the play button nor the selections button

  • I need to create a button because if I don't it's not gonna

  • function as a menu, it's just gonna say somethings wrong you don't

  • have any buttons in it, so I got to create a small button

  • So I'm just gonna right click here and

  • I'm going to...as a matter of fact let's do this

  • I'm gonna right click where there's nothing I'm gonna go to

  • "Add Shape" and I'm gonna add a "Circle", I'm gonna make the circle

  • real freaking small so that it could barely even be seen and I'm gonna

  • move it somewhere off to the bottom of the screen where nobody

  • can see it and I'll make it smaller again, and then where it says

  • "Not a Button" I'm gonna change it to "Normal"

  • and I'm just gonna leave it like that, now that it has a button on it...

  • nobody can see the button I made it so dang tiny, but it has a button

  • and I'm good to go now. Everything's all set up, I can click "OK"

  • If I were to play the "Disc Simulator" here, go ahead and click on this

  • Now you see that it's just the audio and the video I put in there

  • You can't see the button, you can't see anything, so basically

  • just like any other looping DVD or DVD menu when it gets to the end

  • it's just gonna play all over again, I don't have 59 seconds to waste

  • to show you that but believe me its gonna just play

  • all over again, so also remember, no more than...

  • don't do more to 15 minutes on this

  • So now I can either just click this little button here

  • It's gonna bring up the "Burn Disc" screen or I could of clicked "Export"

  • either one, and now I want to change this to the type

  • to DVD leave it on "Best Quality"

  • Now I just pop my DVD in and burn disc or if you want to

  • create an image first and then burn it, do it however the heck you want

  • But that's it, It's a wrap baby.

  • How to make a looping DVD

  • or an extended DVD menu.

  • All right people, there it is

  • A looping DVD or a menu that plays longer than 12 seconds

  • You make the call all right, but you guys know the routine

  • The thumb, the one that's pointed in the upward direction

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  • Thanks for watching. We'll see you again soon.

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A2 menu click button looping file audio

Pinnacle Studio Tip #2 - Looping / Extended DVD Menu Tutorial

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    江秀珠 posted on 2016/01/12
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