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The fastest way to create menus is to use an existing template (more can be downloaded from the official website), edit the "Header" text and that's pretty much all you need to do.
If you press the "More" button down the bottom, you will have two further options you can edit.
Select a menu from this drop down box and press "Edit Menu" to edit this menu (or just click on anywhere on the menu preview to do the same).
First of all, each text, image, interactive content is an object that you can edit, move, delete.
The "Background" option allows you to upload a background image to use, along with an optional audio file that will play back on this menu (background music). The "Buttons" option allows you to change the styles of the buttons in the menu, as well as the text and numbering style (eg.
The "Font" option allows you to change the font type and color of all the text used on the menu. When all these options are used, you are able to create some very good looking and usable menus.
When you have finished editing the menu, press the "Next" button to return to the "Select Menu" screen. Click the stopwatch "Duration Settings" button and check BOTH the "Fit picture duration to commentary" and "Apply to existing pictures".
In the Media dialog box, select all the audio tracks (should be the same number of tracks as slides already added to the Content area). Slide transitions with various effects can be added between tracks and the timing between tracks adjusted. When all CDs have been added as separate titles, one CD per title, proceed to the Main (title) Menu edit window. Proceed to the Preview window and then to the Burn Options window and quickly verify the Details information.
DVD-Video discs created this way with multiple slide shows as separate CD albums can be directly played on most standard DVD players. The DVD-Video music disc can also be played on any DVD computer rom drive with associated video software.
Nero ShowTime 3 control panel with video window during playback of Title 1 Chapter (track) 12. This is where you can select which menu you want to edit, and the types of menus that you wish to have on your DVD.
The "Main Menu" is your top level menu, and the menus listed under that are those for the titles that have manually added chapters with chapter menus.

You will notice that the right hand side now have a list of options that you can use to edit this menu.
You can use your mouse to select (in the menu preview window on the left), and drag these objects to move them, or double-click on them to open up their properties edit window (for certain objects only). Try to ensure all the objects are placed inside the inner rectangle, as this is the "safe area" to ensure all objects are viewable on TVs. A list of all the image and audio files you've used for this project will be displayed in this window, and you can select, apply effects and preview the audio files. The font size is automatically selected for you depending on the length of your text (this can be changed if you press the "More" button and change the "Font height calculation mode"). You can actually position these texts anywhere on the menu, so it does not really have to be in the header or footer positions. Since a CD-R disc holds 700 Mb while a DVD+_R disc holds 4.7 Gb, it is possible to merge 6 or 7 audio CDs into a DVD depending on the number and size of tracks on the audio CDs and the size of graphics used for the DVD-Video. Each slideshow title will contain a number of slides (chapters) equal to the number of tracks on the corresponding audio CD.
However, without any explicit transitions added, there appears to be a default 4 - 5 second interval between tracks as in a standard audio CD.
The audio line-out connections of the DVD player should be connected to a high-quality sound system to realize the quality of the uncompressed audio tracks. The example below shows screenshots of displays using Nero 7 ShowTime 3 with an older DVD rom drive on a Dell laptop computer. Windows Media Player 11 shows similar information during playback of this type of DVD-Video compilation. First, from the "Menu to use" drop down menu, select the types of menus you want to use (if you want menus at all). The "When finished playing a title" option let you specify what happens when a title finishes playback (jump to the nest title, repeat the title or jump back to the menu). Some TVs employ overscan that might block out objects outside the inner dotted rectangle, so to be safe, make sure everything is inside the inner dotted rectangle. The "Animate Buttons" checkbox here, when checked, will make the buttons animated - what this means is that if the button contains a frame from your video, then animated will change the image in button to playback a short sequence from the movie (eg. Jumping ahead one option, the "Shadow" option enables shadows for all the objects in the menu (including images, text).
Before you do that, you can click on the "Save as Template" button to save your menu creation. The DVD-Video will be playable on any standard DVD player as well as on any DVD-rom computer drive.

This is important as otherwise, the audio will be Dolby (AC3) encoded and the audio quality will be compressed and poorer quality. The wav audio files will be associated sequentially, as audio "Commentaries" to the slides. Select each title graphic and select Properties to change the title text and title graphic (which is initially set as the first slide graphic). The conversion to DVD-Video format will take some time, anywhere from 1 to 4 hours depending on your computer hardware. Navigation through the albums (titles) and tracks (chapters) uses standard Menu, Display, arrow and number keys on the DVD player remote control. When it's done, you can explore the directory of the AVI files, open the video in your default AVI player or close the window. The "Title" menu is the main index of your DVD (the menu you see when you press the "Title" or "Menu" button on your DVD player). You might even need to add a border to your background image (see below) so that parts of it don't get cut out when viewing it on a TV, but please note that some TVs employ very little overscan and so you might see the border. This allows you to re-use the menu template for other menus in this project or in other projects. While it is easy to create CD and DVD MP3 "music" data discs which can respectively hold roughly 200 and 1300 standard (128 kbps) encoded MP3 audio tracks, and which are also playable in recent DVD players, the emphasis here is in preserving the quality of the original uncompressed compact disc digital audio music.
The "Chapters" menu will be a menu of your chapter stops, those that you manually selected in the previous step (if you used the "Create chapters automatically" checkbox, these chapter won't be available in the chapters menu). You can undo changes by pressing "Ctrl-Z" or using the "Undo" (and "Redo" buttons on the bottom of the screen).
The saved templates are available in the template selection menu (just below the "Menu to use" drop down box) under "My Menu Templates". The chapters menu might also have multiple pages, and you can skip to any of these pages using the navigational controls (see below). Nero Vision also supports an overall independent "background" audio track, which is not used in this approach).

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