Stories in a Nutshell
Stories allow you to configure alternative ways to play the movie in a track. Stories use
chapter markers to divide the movie into sections (cells) that you can then configure to
play, skip, or even play more than once. You can also choose to play these sections in a
different order than they appear in the track.
Stories are elements you can add to your project that are tied to a specific track—a story
can only contain content from a single track. However, a track can have multiple stories.
An advantage of stories is that because they only redefine how to play an existing track’s
movie, they do not require any additional disc space on the DVD. They do count against
the 99 track and slideshow limit that DVD Studio Pro projects have.
Introduction to Stories
for more information about stories.