Do you like Encore but have always used the included content for your DVD or Blu-ray menus? If you're ready to take the next step, join Dennis as he walks you how to build an Encore menu from scratch - right inside of Photoshop.
Use Color Masks to exercise precise control during color correction!
In Final Cut Pro X, you can use shape masks to define specific areas to apply color corrections. Not only that, but you can animate your masks over time, as well as combine them with other color correction effects, like color masks.
Watch this video tutorial to find out how!
This Final Cut Pro X video tutorial will teach you how to:
• Apply and manipulate a shape mask to your image
• Apply color corrections to the inside and outside of your mask
• Keyframe your mask over time
• Combine a shape mask with a color mask
This tutorial will take you through the steps to burn a Blu-ray disc with a custom menu using Toast 10 Titanium. Toast has a lot of menu templates you can use but I personally can't stand cookie cutter templates. Luckily Toast allows us to use our own image as the background for the menu. There are a few steps necessary to save you from making Blu-ray "coasters" or "frisbees" (whatever you wanna call these wastes of a $7 BD-R). These steps involve deleting everything we can that Toast wants to put on top of our background image. The only thing we can't delete is the video box that displays a thumbnail of our MPEG-2 file. Since we can't delete this video box, we'll design our menu to accomodate it. Thanks for watching and all comments appreciated.