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Old 05-02-2009, 09:06 PM   #1
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Default Demo Reel to DVD ... Suggestions?

Hi Everyone,

So far I using After Effects to edit my animation.

The format is going to be inital auto play and then a menu

1) But I'm unclear about what program should I use to put it to DVD and also what program to use to enable a menu?

2) Resolution? Are employers going to look at this on a computer or television screen?

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UncleMito,
I have used I believe Roxio to make DVD with a menu.
I will have to check when I get home.
I did this with some old videos that needed to be separated into chapters.

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Ok i used Roxio Creator Basic to make the dvd's.
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Originally posted by Archania
Ok i used Roxio Creator Basic to make the dvd's.
Thanks Man

My Roxio that came with my Dell is just Creator Home which can't do DVD's Will look into Creator Basic

What resolution was your demo reel?
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