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Old 18th March 2019, 19:05   #1  |  Link
Lucius Snow
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Scenarist BD help / tutorial

Hello all,

Is there anywhere a tutorial to make a simple authoring with only one menu?

- I know how to make a direct play but without any interface.
- I know how to make import a menu from Scenarist PS.

What I need is everything else. I'll have only one video with three audio tracks.

Thank you.
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Well... "everything else" is raw programming. I think you can learn a bit downloading the Template Project from Scenarist. That is a working project that cover the basics, including audio/subtitles switching using multiple buttons on BOG.
You can also learn some important things on the documentation installed by default during Scenarist installation.
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Hello all,

Is there anywhere a tutorial to make a simple authoring with only one menu?

- I know how to make a direct play but without any interface.
- I know how to make import a menu from Scenarist PS.

What I need is everything else. I'll have only one video with three audio tracks.

Thank you.
What authoring mode are you trying to use?
Have you been through the Scenarist KB and tutorials, available from Scenarist LLC support? These are a good way to start, and for details in BDMV mode Rob Aubrey at support is very good although you need to be aware of the time difference as they are in California.

Also - so sorry, but I have to ask - we are talking about a legitimate copy yes?
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