You can edit all the menu items as you proceed anyway, or choose a theme from the left. Lode the video in DVDStyler, or just drag the video down to the project where indicated at the bottom. Select one of your video clips, if there is more than one, and right click to bring up your menu. Click the three-dot button, then you are allowed to adjust the size, position and color of the text, along with the font itself. After this, you can enjoy your video with subtitles added.
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Hello, I am working on a horror movie project, and I need to add scary background music to my menu on DVD styler. When I right click on a mp3 it does not want to add on to it. Does it need to be a WAV file? The small box says add to background but its faded. Is there a way to add music to the menu?
Does anyone know how? I would appreciate the help with this thanks. Adam E. If you would like to refer to this comment somewhere else in this project, copy and paste the following link: Pedro Filipe Gaspar - I usually do it by creating a movie file out of the background picture and the mp3.
Check the tutorials and examples and figure how to do it assuming that you are running a Linux machine. If you would like to refer to this comment somewhere else in this project, copy and paste the following link: Mike Cable - It certainly works like piponline said.
Simply open your favorite video editor, drag in an image file your menu image and then an MP3 for the audio track. Expand the duration of the image file to match the length of the music if you need to on the "timeline", then export as an MPEG video. In the background settings for the menu, choose this file. A word of warning though, the DVDstyler buttons look awful text buttons in particular when using a video background, so make your buttons in the image editor when you make the DVD menu background and then add a simple arrow or line in DVDstyler for the user to trigger as a "selected" button.
If you would like to refer to this comment somewhere else in this project, copy and paste the following link: NtAlex - The possibility to add audio to menu was added in DVDStyler 1.
But you need to convert your file into mp2 oder ac3 format. You can also use mp3, but it is not supported by many standalone players.
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Como usar o DVDStyler software de criação de DVD
The software uses ffmpeg for conversion and the finished Video-DVD quality is better and sharper than many commercial authoring programs e. The performance of the software is good and it uses your whole CPU power to convert the videos. The DVD menu creating could be a little bit easier and a better documentation would be nice. But the basic menu theme helps you to generate your VideoDVD.
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