Encore CS4: Workflow

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Total Training for Encore CS4 is a quick essential look at creating a DVD workflow. You will learn step by step what you will need to get video burned onto a DVD and displayed on television screens.

Highlights

  1. Learn how to automate a chapter index.
  2. Find out how to create your own custom menus and buttons.
  3. Learn all about the Properties Panel, one of the best tools in the application.
  4. See how easy adding subtitles can be.
  5. Find out how to export your DVD to Flash.

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Description

The series covers everything from importing file types, to building custom menus, and even exporting to flash. Whether you are new to Encore, or just brushing up on a technique, this series is just what you need to get up to speed fast.

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Course Outline

Chapter 1: TOURING THE INTERFACE & ITS CAPABILITIES (14 min)

  1. The Project, Menu, Monitor & Flowchart Panels
  2. Properties, Character, Metadata & Timeline Panels
  3. Library, Styles, Layers & Resource Central Panels
  4. Previewing a Disc
Chapter 2: BASIC MENU FUNCTIONALITY (32 min)

  1. Importing Items
  2. Working with Timelines
  3. Setting Chapter Points
  4. Menu Templates & Properties
  5. Button Routing
  6. Automating a Scene Index
  7. Checking for Errors & Previewing the Disc
  8. Building the Disc
Chapter 3: DESIGNING CUSTOM MENUS (35 min)

  1. Importing Files as Menus & Using Tools with Menus
  2. Understanding Button Layers & Working in Adobe Photoshop(R)
  3. Setting Up a Basic Scene Index
  4. Button Highlights & Color Sets
  5. Building the Main Menu & Setting Navigation
  6. Animating Buttons & Adding Transitions
Chapter 4: BURNING A DISC & EXPORTING TO FLASH(R) (19 min)

  1. Transcode Settings
  2. Editing Quality Presets & Customizing Your Transcode Settings
  3. Exporting Your Project to a Flash File
  4. Building a DVD Disc
Chapter 5: SUBTITLES & ALTERNATE AUDIO TRACKS (14 min)

  1. Adding Alternate Audio Tracks
  2. Importing Subtitles from a Text File & Formatting Options
  3. Creating Subtitles
  4. Setting Navigation for Audio & Subtitle Tracks
  5. Credits

Jason Barbosa is an editor and director who honed his production skills at William Paterson University. After studying Communication, Broadcast and Film, he began freelancing on small productions in New York City, building up his arsenal of production equipment, before eventually going it on his own. He currently produces events, music videos and promotional videos for Stand-up comedians. When he isn’t working on a production, you can find Jason in the studio presenting and teaching, or logged onto one of his multi player PC games, another one of his other passions.