By Ralph LaBarge
DVD Authoring and construction is an authoritative and accomplished advisor to publishing content material within the DVD-Video, DVD-ROM, and WebDVD codecs. Readers research every thing they should create, produce, and grasp DVDs - together with a firsthand examine specialist construction strategies hired within the author's StarGaze DVD. execs and aspiring DVD artists alike research the newest instruments and methods in addition to find out how to achieve the company realm of the DVD global, together with optimum equipment of promoting, allotting, and promoting. keep time and cash with the most recent instruments and strategies for publishing content material in any DVD structure. set up, execute and promote your initiatives successfully with a whole figuring out of the idea and the perform. contains a product advisor and the author's StarGaze DVD.
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The DVD-Audio speciﬁcation provides for storage of textual information on disc, though inclusion of text is not mandatory. Text support is provided for multiple “language units,” with up to eight languages available on any given disc, and two character types are supported. For languages such as English that use single-byte characters (ISO8859-1), text is structured for presentation as “pages” of four lines of up to 30 characters each. Japanese and other languages using double-byte characters are organized into pages of two lines of up to 15 characters each.
Tips, Tricks & Techniques DVD-Video title developers need to have several different DVD-ROM computers as part of their testing and quality assurance equipment. Many consumers play DVD-Video titles on DVD-ROM enabled personal computer systems, so these playback environments must be tested to insure title compatibility. DVD-ROM systems with hardware and software decoders should be available for testing, as well as PC and Mac systems. A good testing matrix would include the following players and computers.
Finally in November of 1996 all parties agreed to a speciﬁc set of analog and digital copy protection methods. There are currently three forms of copy protection used by the DVD-Video format, Analog Copy Protection (ACP), Copy Guard Management System (CGMS), and Content Scrambling System (CSS). Analog Copy Protection The analog copy protection feature of DVD-Video utilizes a proprietary copy protection process developed by Macrovision. Macrovision’s DVD copy protection system utilizes two separate copy protection technologies: Automatic Gain Control (AGC) and Colorstripe.