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Apple Pro Training Series: DVD Studio Pro 4, Third Edition by Richard Harrington, Robbie Carman, Adrian Ramseier, Martin Sitter

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Chapter 14. Using Alternate Angles

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Lesson Files

Lessons > Lesson14 > 14_Alternate_Angles_Start

Media

Media > Blackbox

Time

This lesson takes approximately 30 minutes to complete.

Goals

Learn the difference between multi-angle and mixed-angle tracks

 

Discover how to encode MPEG streams for alternate angles

 

Learn how to target alternate angles from menu buttons

 

Simulate alternate angles

 

Explore Final Cut Pro cut markers

 

Learn how to encode alternate angle streams directly from Final Cut Pro

The DVD-Video specification allows for up to nine video streams in each track. This includes the main video stream, along with up to eight alternate video streams.

Alternate angles give you a great deal of creative potential, because you can serve up all sorts of interesting ...

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