Current picture zooms out and fades to reveal the new picture.
You can enter a duration or drag the slider to set
1 to 10 seconds
Defines the amount of zooming before the
transition finishes, with 0 being minimum and 10
4:3 The most common video aspect ratio, used for NTSC and PAL video standards. Also
known as the 1.33 aspect ratio. See also
16:9 The widescreen aspect ratio supported by the DVD-Video specification. Also known
as the 1.78 aspect ratio. See also
AC-3 audio A compressed audio format developed by Dolby Laboratories. Also known
as Dolby Digital audio. Supports single-channel through 5.1 surround sound configurations.
The AC-3 encoder in Compressor outputs AC-3 format audio.
active area The rectangular area that defines the part of the overlay graphic used for a
button. Also defines a buttons hot spot that can be clicked when viewing the title on a
computer. See also
anamorphic A type of widescreen video in which the video uses the same frame size as
standard 4:3 video, but with a horizontally compressed image, giving it a distorted
appearance. Widescreen SD-based DVDs require you to use anamorphic 16:9 video.
aspect ratio A video frames width-to-height ratio on your viewing screen. The most
common aspect ratio is 4:3 used for standard video. The DVD specification also supports
the 16:9 aspect ratio. See also
assets The audio, video, and still image files used by DVD Studio Pro in authoring DVD
AUDIO_TS folder One of two folders required on standard definition DVD-Video discs
(the VIDEO_TS folder is the other). The AUDIO_TS folder is reserved for use on DVD-Audio
titles, and is always created but left empty when building projects with DVD Studio Pro.
authoring The process of creating a DVD. Authoring a DVD project requires you to use
your sources to create elements, such as menus and tracks, connect the elements so that
the viewer can get from one to the other, and then format the project into a
DVD-compliant set of files, image, or DVD. See also