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|bgault||4:24pm on Saturday, October 9th, 2010|
|Like it! I really like this Zen 60gig. My wife and I put a ton of songs and SNL videos on it. Awesome Looks great, battery lasts basically a full day, extremely easy to use, great features. The best player for videos. This is the best video player that I have ever owned. I absolutely love it. The screen display is terrific.|
|ls-ibc||12:54am on Tuesday, October 5th, 2010|
|Superb for videos and movies, easy drag-and-drop style and massive screen for subtitles. Good for subtitles A bit slow when fast-forwarding files|
|gwnason||7:37pm on Sunday, August 29th, 2010|
|Track details. dont buy ipod...buy creative however, despite its wide video format support. Compatibility, ZEN VISION W from Creative Sync Manager Sync Outlook tasks and contacts, such as databases, into a Personal Address Book Service. Nice unit. I use it primarily to back up photos, which it works a dream for, even if it is a bit slow.|
|Bruno26160||10:59am on Wednesday, July 21st, 2010|
|soudn quality very solid graphic vey good user friendly no tv recording hope creative will make a firmware to make video recording great video quality.in-built speakers none It comes with a super sharp multi-angle widescreen,a intergrated speaker that speaks loudly,features packed! The package comes even with a charger.|
|wh720||5:40pm on Monday, July 12th, 2010|
|Hi, bought ZVW and it is going great. Although I urgently need accessories. Cases (leather and silicon), cradle dock, screen savers and remote. Superb for videos and movies, easy drag-and-drop style and massive screen for subtitles. Good for subtitles A bit slow when fast-forwarding files Hi, bought ZVW and it is going great. Although I urgently need accessories. Cases (leather and silicon), cradle dock, screen savers and remote.|
|veikko||8:33pm on Wednesday, July 7th, 2010|
|I just bought this Zen days ago. For supported file, it directly transfered to device from computer, but for unsupported file (which quite alot).|
|Charley2004||9:19am on Friday, May 14th, 2010|
|While maybe a bit pricey at ~$400, the Vision W is a great little player. It plays the standard music files (MP3, WMA, etc.) with album art support.|
|dkenny||7:42pm on Thursday, March 11th, 2010|
|I got the Vision almost six years ago, and it... Sturdy, good sound quality, excellent screen resolution Bulky, heavy. I got the Vision almost six years ago, and it only now is starting to break down. As a clumsy person. I got the Vision almost six years ago, and it only now is starting to break down. As a clumsy person. Large screen, decent battery life, lots of storage Not many after market accessories, no recent firmware updates.|
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Nero Vision Manual
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Copyright 2007 Nero AG and its licensors. All rights reserved. REV 7.0 188.8.131.52
1 1.1 1.2 1.2.1 2.2 2.2.1 2.2.2 2.2.3 2.2.4 2.3 2.3.1 2.3.2 2.3.3 2.3.4 2.3.5 2.3.6 2.3.7 2.3.8 2.4 2.3.1 3.4.1 4.2 4.2.1 184.108.40.206 5.2 General information About the manual About Nero Vision Versions of Nero Vision Technical information System requirements Terminology Video/chapter/movie/project Disc/disc format Encoding/transcoding/recoding/decoding DVD discs Disc formats supported DVD Video DVD-VR/-VFR (video mode)/+VR Video CD (VCD) Super Video CD (SVCD) miniDVD HD-BURN Editable Blu-ray disc AVCHD Overview of compatibility between disc formats and discs Overview of compatibility between DVD discs and editable disc formats Launching the program Launching Nero Vision via Nero StartSmart Launching Nero Vision directly User interface General information Main screen Buttons Extended dialog box Capturing videos from video cameras and other external capture devices Capturing DV/HDV cameras, digital and analog videos 21
5.3 5.7 7.1 7.2 7.3 7.3.1 7.3.2 7.3.3 220.127.116.11 9.12.1 12.2 12.13.1 13.2 13.14.1 14.2 14.3 14.15.1 15.2 15.2.1
Setting a TV card Capturing video on the hard drive Creating a disc project Video editing Making a movie Cutting video titles Chapters Creating chapters manually Creating chapters automatically Editing chapters Exporting the movie Slide show Creating a slide show Menu Editing the menu Editing the Smart3D menu Showing a preview Burning a disc Project management Saving a project Opening a project Opening a disc image Editable DVDs DVD-VR/DVD-VFR (video mode)/+VR Creating an editable DVD with videos Creating an editable DVD directly via a capture device Advanced operations Erasing a rewritable disc Displaying disc info Finalizing a DVD Creating covers and labels Configuration Opening a configuration Configuration General tab
15.2.2 15.2.3 15.3 15.4 15.4.1 15.4.2 15.4.19
Folders tab Messages tab Displaying video options Video options General tab <Disc Format> tab Nero Digital Encoder Configuration List of figures Glossary Index Contact Information
About the manual
This manual is intended for all users who wish to learn how to use Nero Vision. It is processbased and explains how to reach a particular objective on a step-by-basis.
Versions of Nero Vision
Nero Vision is available in versions with different functionalities. In addition to the full Nero Vision version there are other versions with restricted functionality. The following functions are not available in Nero Vision Essentials: The number of Smart3D menu templates is limited The following functions are not available in Nero Vision Essentials SE: Make New Movie. Make Blu-ray Discs / Make Editable Blu-ray Discs Edit Movie Export Movie to File Export Movie to DV Video Camera Record Directly to DVD-VR Record Directly to Blu-ray Discs Make Editable DVD (DVD-VR/DVD-VFR (video mode)/+VR) Smart3D Menus To make a disc in DVD-Video, SVCD, miniDVD or HD-BURN disc format, the video source files must be encoded in MPEG-2 video format. The discs can then be played back on compatible DVD players. If the original data is not available in compatible format, you will need the DVD-Video plugin to create it; this is not included in the Nero Vision Essentials or Nero Vision Essentials SE versions. You can obtain it from www.nero.com.
In addition to the general system requirements for the Nero program package, the following individual system requirements apply to Nero Vision: Microsoft DirectX 9.0c or later Optional: FireWire (IEEE 1394) Controller for DV capturing USB capture device (webcam) Analog or digital TV card (analog, DVB-T, DVB-S, DVB-C, and ATSC) to the BDA driver standard DirectShow compatible video capture card Blu-ray-capable recorder and Blu-ray disc Installation of the latest WHQL-certified device drivers is recommended. WHQL stands for Windows Hardware Quality Labs and means that the device driver certified by Microsoft is compatible with Microsoft Windows and the relevant hardware. To make a disc in DVD-Video, SVCD, miniDVD or HD-BURN disc format, the video source files must be encoded in MPEG-2 video format. The discs can then be played back on compatible DVD players. If the original data is not available in compatible format, you will need the DVD-Video plugin to create it; the DVD-Video plug-in is already included in the full version of Nero Vision. Even if you do not have a recorder capable of burning DVDs or CDs, you can still use the image recorder to burn a disc image and save it for future use.on your hard drive. Once you have connected the appropriate recorder to the system, you can burn disc images on real discs at any time using Nero Vision, Nero Burning ROM or Nero Express.
2.3.3 Video CD (VCD)
Using the video codec MPEG-1 to compress video files, a VCD generates a quality roughly similar to VHS video and can hold up to 74 or 80 minutes of full-motion video along with stereo sound on 650 and 700 MB CDs respectively. VCDs can be played on most DVD players and on your PC if you have the appropriate software and a drive that can read CDR/CD-RW discs.
2.3.4 Super Video CD (SVCD)
This format uses the video codec MPEG-2 to store video files in a quality roughly similar to S-VHS and can hold around 30 or 40 minutes of full-motion video along with stereo sound on 650 MB and 700 MB CDs respectively. SVCDs can be played on a growing number of DVD players and on the PC if you have the appropriate software and a drive that can read CD-R/RW discs.
In principle, a miniDVD is nothing other than a CD-R or CD-RW, upon which a DVD structure has been written in UDF format. It offers the same technical benefits and qualities as a DVD, whether this be the ability to create chapters or menus, support for subtitles or a number of audio tracks (even in real digital multichannel sound). miniDVDs can easily be played by a PC, while reproduction is not guaranteed with all types of DVD players.
The creation of an HD-BURN CD is only supported by specific recorders. In principle, an HDBURN CD is nothing other than a CD-R or CD-RW, for which a special procedure is used to double the storage capacity of a CD and which has a DVD structure written on it in UDF format. It offers the same technical options and qualities as a DVD-Video, i.e. the possibility to create chapters or menus and support for subtitles and multiple sound tracks (including real digital multichannel sound).
2.3.7 Editable Blu-ray disc
The creation of a Blu-ray disc is only supported by specific recorders. Blu-ray discs are written with a blue laser. The shorter wave length (405 nm) of this laser makes it possible to adjust the laser beam with greater precision. Data can be packed more tightly and takes up less space on the disc.
An editable Blu-ray disc (BD-AV) is a special variant of the Blu-ray disc that allows you to record videos that are encoded in DV or MPEG-2 format. The data on the disc can be edited, altered or expanded with additional video titles at a later point.
Fig. 5: Burn Options screen
4. Following the burning process.
Once you have finished burning you can decide what you would like to do next: launch Nero ShowTime and view your project or create covers and labels for the disc using Nero CoverDesigner. Of course, you can also save the project or start a new one.
Only the buttons and controls that are required are displayed on the Nero Vision user interface depending on which screen you are in. This makes the interface easy to use.
When you click on the More button, an additional, extended dialog box is opened (see Extended dialog box).
Help for Nero Vision: opens online help. Enter new serial number: allows you to enter a new serial number. The Welcome to Nero window is opened. Nero Vision on the Web: opens the Nero Vision Web page. Tips: opens the Tips window. You can configure Nero Vision in such a way that useful tips are displayed when you open each screen. Key Definitions: displays assigned key combinations and their functions. The Key Definitions window is opened. Info: displays the version and registration data. The About Nero Vision window is opened. More Displays the extended dialog box. Exports the movie to a file. Export process The Export Movie screen is displayed. In this screen you can specify the export settings and then export the project (see Exporting the movie). The button is only available if you have inserted at least one video in a project. Saves the project with all changes made. The Save As pop-up window will open. Save The project is saved to an administration file with the extension.nvc (NeroVision Compilation). This function is useful for times when you are not able to finish your project and would like to continue at a later time (see Saving a project). This undoes the last action. With Nero Vision you can undo many actions so that you can restore the desired condition even after having made a large number of changes. Restores the last action that you have undone. With Nero Vision you can restore many actions that have been undone so that you can restore the desired condition even after having made a large number of changes. Returns to the previous screen. Go Back Next Burn If necessary, you will be prompted to save the project, as the changes you have made will otherwise be lost. Displays the next screen. Starts the burn process. The button is only displayed in the Burn screen.
18.104.22.168 Radio buttons Automatic: automatically calculates the font height of the button texts so that the full text can be displayed. Custom: deactivates automatic font height calculation. You can define the font height yourself in the Edit Menu screen.
Font height calculation mode
22.214.171.124 Buttons Configure Opens the configuration of Nero Vision (see Configuration). Edits the default options when creating a video. The Default Video Options window is opened (see Displaying video options). Default Video Options As long as you have not selected any kind of disc, the video options for all the supported formats will be shown. After you have selected a disc format, only the General tab and the tab for the current disc format are displayed. The Nero Digital Encoder Configuration window appears for Nero Digital format. Erases rewritable discs. The Erase Rewritable Disc popup window opens (see Erasing a rewritable disc). Before a disc can be erased, the recorder must contain a rewritable disc. The erase method can be set. Displays the information on the disc inserted, such as the disc type, available storage capacity, number of sessions, and tracks. The Disc Info pop-up window will open (see Displaying disc info). Insert the disc that you want to know more about and select the drive where it is located. Finalize Disc Make covers und labels Finalizes DVD-VR/-VFR (video mode)/+VR/+R/+RW discs (see also Finalizing a DVD). The Finalize Disc pop-up window will open. Starts Nero CoverDesigner (see Creating covers and labels).
Nero CoverDesigner is an application in the Nero 7 program suite and is automatically installed while Nero 7 is being installed. Using Nero Cover Designer, you can create and print labels and booklets for CDs/DVDs that have been burned. Please see the separate Nero CoverDesigner user manual for full instructions on how to make professional looking covers and labels.
Capturing videos from video cameras and other external capture devices
Capturing is a way of taking the video from a DV video camera or another video capture device connected to the video capture card and placing it on your PC. The capture device is the device that transmits the video signals to be captured, e.g. a DV video camera, video capture card or TV card. You will find a list of supported devices on our web page under: http://www.nero.com/nero7/eng/all_capture_devices.php?ascd=nvision4 If you simply want to transfer the video from an external capture device to the PC to use it at a later stage in a project, proceed as described under Setting a TV card. If you want to create a disc and also capture a video for this special project, you should select the relevant option Make DVD (or VCD, SVCD, miniDVD, HD-BURN) from the Start screen and then select the option Capture Video from the Content screen. That way, you can capture the video and work on your project simultaneously.
5. If the disc you are using is not a DVD with 4.38 GB storage capacity, but a DVD-1 or DVD-9
(with 7.95 GB capacity), select the disc type from the selection menu in the bottom righthand section of the screen. If the disc you are using is a CD, select from the menu whether the CD has a capacity of 74 or 80 minutes. The capacity bar at the lower edge of the screen, which displays the space available, is automatically adjusted. The total storage capacity available will be determined by the project that you are working on.
6. If you want to move a media title:
1. Highlight the media title. 2. Click on the or button.
The media title is moved to the required position.
7. If you want to rename a media title:
1. Highlight the media title. button. 2. Click on the 3. The Rename Title pop-up window will open. 4. Enter the new title in the input field and click on the OK button The media title is renamed.
8. If you want to remove a media title from a project:
1. Highlight the media title. 2. Click on the button.
The media title is removed from the project.
9. If you want to combine several video titles to form a single title, proceed as follows:
1. Highlight the video titles. 2. Click on the button.
A dialog box will open. 3. Click on the Yes button. The selected video titles are combined to form a single new title.
10. If you want to edit the video titles individually:
1. Highlight the video title. 2. Select the Edit Movie option. The Movie screen is displayed (see Video editing).
11. Click on the Next button.
The Select Menu screen is displayed (see Editing the menu). You have created a disc project and can now create a menu for your project.
Making a movie
You cannot edit videos or make your own movies in Nero Vision Essentials SE.
To make a movie, proceed as follows:
1. In the Start screen, select the Make Movie option.
The Movie screen is displayed. This screen consists of three dialog boxes: the Preview, Media, and Contents dialog boxes.
Fig. 15: Movie screen
If media files are already available, they are displayed in the upper right dialog box, the media dialog box. The following tabs are available in the media dialog box: Displays the media files. Displays video effects. Displays text effects. Displays transitions.
The following buttons are available in the media dialog box: Browse: searches for media files and adds them to your own media files. The Open pop-up window is displayed. Browse and Add to Project: searches for media files, adds them to your own media files and to the movie. The Open pop-up window is opened. Starts video capture. The Video Capture screen is displayed (see Setting a TV card). Import: imports media files from a TWAIN-compatible device such as a scanner. A window is opened. Select source: selects a source for the TWAIN import. The Select source pop-up window will open. Removes the selected element from the group. Removes all elements from a group. A pop-up window will open. Starts automatic scene cut detection. The Scene Cut Detection window will open. Opens the marked media file with an associated program. This element is only displayed if an executable action has been assigned to the marked media file. Otherwise a gray button is displayed. Adds selected elements to the movie.
Chapters are sections in a video title that you can access on your player using the Back and Next buttons without have to wind. Initially, each video title contains only one chapter. You can add new chapters manually or automatically. In the Create Chapter screen, the slider bar below the preview dialog box shows the video title from the beginning to the end. The thumb or slider button allows you to move to a certain position within the video title. The video picture that exists at that position will be shown in the preview dialog box. The individual chapters are separated from one another by chapter marks which define the end of one chapter and the beginning of the next. The beginning of each chapter is indicated by the chapter mark below the preview dialog box on the scrollbar; an exception to this is the first chapter, the beginning of which is the beginning of the video title. If you have checked the Create chapters automatically box in the extended dialog box, the chapters will be automatically generated during the burning process. If you click on the More button, you will be able to use this check box when you compile a disc.
7.3.1 Creating chapters manually
The following requirement has to be fulfilled: The Contents screen is displayed. To create a chapter manually, proceed as follows:
1. Click on the Create Chapters option in the Contents screen.
The Create Chapters screen is displayed.
Fig. 22: Create Chapters screen
The following buttons are available in the Create Chapters screen: Starts playback. Stops playback. Switches to the full-screen mode. You can return to window mode by pressing the Esc key. Renames the chapter. The Rename Chapter dialog box will open. Deletes the current chapter mark. Deletes all chapter marks. Starts automatic scene cut detection. The Scene Cut Detection pop-up window will open. Inserts a new chapter mark at the current position of the slider. Displays the played position in the format hours:minutes:seconds.hundredths of a second. Jumps to a specific (next) and (back) buttons position by clicking on the
2. Move the slider to the position where the new chapter should begin. 3. Click on the
The input field displays the time in the format hours:minutes:seconds.hundredths of a second. To do this, click on the group of digits that you would like to change and then click or button. on the If you have assigned an audio file to the image (audio commentary) and if you want the duration of the display to reflect the length of the audio file, enable the Adjust Display Duration to Commentary check box. The check box is only available if an audio file (audio commentary) has been assigned to the image. 4. If you would like to display text at the top of the picture, enter the desired text in the Header text input field. 5. If you would like to display text at the bottom of the picture, enter the desired text in the Footer text input field. 6. If you have not entered any text, skip sub-steps 7 to 11. 7. Select your desired font type from the large selection menu. 8. Select the required font style in the upper small selection menu and the font size in the lower small selection menu. 9. In the Color dialog box, click in the color circle to define the color and color saturation for the text. 10. Move the slider to adjust the color intensity. 11. If you have assigned an audio file to the image, click on the Comments tab. If you have not assigned an audio file to the image, skip sub-steps 12 to 14. 12. Enter the length of time for which the image is to be displayed before the audio file starts to play in the Commentary begins with delay input field.
13. If you have enabled the Fit display duration to commentary duration in the Image Properties dialog box, enter the length of time for which the image is to be displayed after the audio file has been played in the Commentary ends with delay input field. The input field displays the time in the format hours:minutes:seconds.hundredths of a second. Click on the group of digits that you would like to change and then click on the button. or 14. Move the slider to adjust the volume. icon. If you would like to change the settings for several pictures at once, click on the The Properties window then remains open and displays the settings for a picture when that picture is highlighted. The settings are applied.
17. Click on the
18. View the slide show in the preview dialog box.
1. In the Start screen select the option Make DVD. > Editable DVD.
The Contents screen is displayed.
2. Repeat the steps described under Creating a disc project.
Due to the differences in the specifications for DVD-VR, DVD-VFR (video mode), and DVD+VR, there may be differences in editing the title and the movie. In principle, however, the remainder of the procedure is identical to the procedures described under Creating a disc project. You have created an editable DVD with video.
13.3 Creating an editable DVD directly via a capture device
If you create an editable DVD by means of a capture device, you can transfer the required data (e.g. camera recordings) directly to disc, i.e. without buffering. The following requirements have to be fulfilled: A capture device is installed and connected to the PC. No applications are running that place a high demand on the processor. There are no applications running in full-screen mode. The workstation is not blocked during the entire capture process. To create an editable DVD directly via a capture device, proceed as follows:
1. Insert a rewritable disc in the DVD recorder. 2. Connect the digital or analog capture device to the PC with the corresponding cables and
switch it on. To install a capture device for digital or analog video, a recording card that meets the requirements of the manufacturer must be installed or must be already integrated in the PC on the factory side.
3. Start Nero Vision (see Launching the program). 4. In the Start screen, select the Record Directly to Disc option.
If several recorders are installed on your PC, select the recorder in which you have inserted the rewritable disc from the selection menu. The Video Capture screen is displayed.
5. Repeat the steps described under Setting a TV card.
You have created an editable DVD directly via a capture device.
14.1 Erasing a rewritable disc
To erase a rewritable disc, proceed as follows:
1. Select Disc Tools > Erase Disc in the Start screen.
Resolution selection menu
Formats dialog box Video format display field Displays the video format used. Defines the audio format. The selection menu is deactivated for the Super Video CD disc format. Automatic: automatically detects the best audio format. Dolby Digital (AC-3) 5.1: encodes audio data in the Dolby Digital audio format with 6 channel surround sound. (5.1 means: 5 channels with the full frequency range and one bass channel.) Dolby Digital (AC-3) 2.0: encodes audio data in the Dolby Digital audio format in stereo. Stereo: encodes audio in MPEG-1 (layer 2). This entry is only available in PAL video mode. LPCM: encodes audio data in LPCM. This entry is only available in NTSC video mode.
Audio format selection menu
15.4.3 Nero Digital Encoder Configuration
Defines the profile category. Profile category pop-up menu Once you have selected a category and profile, only the corresponding entries in the selection menus are displayed. Creates the profile. Profile drop-down menu Once you have selected a category and profile, only the corresponding entries in the selection menu are displayed. Defines the aspect ratio. Defines the maximum number of pictures per second. Defines the size of the target file. If the user-defined parameter is selected, the required value can be entered in the text field beneath this. Selects the resolution from a list of the resolutions available for Nero Digital. Defines the audio format. Stereo: encodes audio in MPEG-1 (layer 2). Nero Digital Audio area 5.1 Channel Surround: encodes audio data in Dolby Digital audio format in 6-channel-Surround. (5.1 means: 5 channels with the full frequency range and one bass channel.)
Aspect ratio pop-up menu Picture Refresh Rate pop-up menu Target Size pop-up menu Resolution pop-up menu
Fast encoding (1-pass): encodes the video very quickly. Encoding is faster, but the quality is inferior. Coding Method pop-up menu. High Quality (2-pass VBR): encodes the video in two passes with variable data rate. Encoding takes longer, but the quality is better. VBR stands for Variable Bit Rate and means that individual periods in a video are encoded using different, suitable data rates: scenes with a lot of movement are encoded with a higher bit rate than scenes with less movement.
An acronym for Joint Photographic Experts Group. This is an international group which approved a standard for the compression of pictures.
These are marks set in the video title that identify a scene change or position. A video title can be subdivided into several chapters that are separated from one another by chapter marks.
The initial area of every session is known as the lead-in. This is where the table of contents for your disc and additional information concerning the CD is stored.
The final area in a session. This area is located at the end of the disc. If the disc has not yet been finalized, the reference to the next session is stored here.
This is a type of cassette that a DV video camera uses. It is known to have finer quality.
Acronym for Moving Picture Experts Group that approves industry standards for audio and video codecs.
This format is part of the MPEG compression family.
There is very little difference between MPEG-1 and MPEG-2, with the exception that MPEG2 works better with televisions that are interlaced and is the broadcast standard. MPEG-2 is used as a video format on DVDs.
MPEG-4 is the most recent MPEG standard for video and audio, which was adopted in 1999. MPEG-4 combines many functions from MPEG-1, MPEG-2, and other standards. Nero Digital video and Nero Digital audio are based on this industry standard.
Nero Digital is a suite of MPEG-4 compatible video and audio codecs. The codecs are fully compatible with the MPEG-4 standard and have been further developed by Nero to achieve a considerably higher quality and to make available additional functions, such as subtitles.
An acronym for National Television System Committee and the standard for video and television in extensive parts of America and in some East Asian countries. Other parts of the world use different standards. NTSC has more frames per second than PAL, but fewer horizontal lines.
PAL stands for Phase Alternating Line and is the video and television standard in use in many parts of Europe, but also in South America and Australia. PAL has more horizontal lines than NTSC, however fewer frames per second.
Discs such as CDs and DVDs are divided into tracks and sessions. A session is a selfcontained data area that is burned using a single process, and consists of a lead-in, one or more tracks, and a lead-out. In principle, a session is comparable to the partition on a hard drive. A multisession disc can contain multiple sessions.
Disc Info...20 Disk Image
DVD+VR...10, 70 DVD-VFR..10, 70 DVD-Video...10 DVD-Video Plug-in..7, 8
Capture device... 21 Capturing... 21 Chapter... 9
Editable Disc Format..13 Editable DVD..70
Creating... 70 Creating Directly via Capture Device.. 71
Creating Automatically...43 Creating Manually..30, 42 Editing...44
Encoding...9 Export..18, 45 Extended Dialog Box..19
Compatibility overview. 10, 12, 70 Configuration.. 75
Contact information.. 91 Conventions... 6 Covers and Labels
Main screen...17 Menu
Editing... 33, 53, 54, 60
Decoding... 9 DirectX... 8 Disc.. 9, 10, 12, 70
Burning...64, 65, 69
Menu hierarchies...54 Menu Template...54, 55 Menu template group
Smart3D.. 56, 60
Menu Template Group.. 54, 55 miniDVD... 11 Movie... 9
Exporting...18, 45 Inserting an audio track..38 Inserting transitions...39 Making...30, 34
Scope of functions...7 Screen
Burn Options... 17 Capture Video... 22 Contents... 16, 30 Create Chapters... 42
Nero CoverDesigner.. 20, 74 Nero Digital(TM) encoder configuration.. 80 Nero Scout... 28 Nero Vision
About...6 Essentials...7 Essentials SE..7 Launching Directly...14 Launching via Nero StartSmart..14 Versions...7
Edit Menu... 55, 60 Export Video... 45 Launching... 15 Movie.... 34 Preview... 63 Select Menu.. 54 Slide Show... 47
Adding audio commentary.. 50 Background music.. 50 Chapters.... 53 Inserting a transition... 50
Overview of Compatibility.. 13
Original pictures... 53
Creating.. 30, 47
Showing..60, 62, 63
Editing... 56, 60
Steps...15 Super Video CD...11 SVCD..Siehe Super Video CD Symbols..6 System requirements
Capture devices... 21 DirectX.... 8
Opening...68 Saving...18, 68
System Requirements..8 System requirementsn
Recoding... 9 Requirements... 8 Rewritable Disc
Capture devices... 21
<Disc Format>... 78 Folders... 76 General... 75, 78
Messages...77 Storyboard...36 Timeline...36
Analog... 21 Digital.... 21 Recording on hard drive... 25
Target group... 6 Tasks... 15 Terminology... 9 Text effect
Video caoture..21 Video capture card..21 Video Editing...30, 33, 34 Video effect
Tooltips... 16 Transcoding... 9 Transition
Displaying... 20, 77
Video recording...25 Video title
Adding a text effect... 37 Adding a video effect... 37
TV Card... 26 TV cards
Editing TV channels..23 TV channel search..22
Manage TV groups..24 Select source type...23
Inserting transitions... 39
User Interface... 15
VCD.. Siehe Video-CD
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This manual contains a chapter for each task that describes all of the steps required for its completion.
Completing a task
Depending on the task, you will have to go through various steps until you reach the end. Each individual step consists of a new screen. To help you know where you are and what you need to do, each screen comes with a name and a brief description. Each screen furthermore contains tooltips, detailed information, and explanations for the various buttons, icons, and menus. Both Undo and Redo buttons are available on screens in which you can exe-
cute different actions. These buttons allow you to quickly undo or redo the action last performed. In this way, you can try out a number of features in Nero Vision risk free without having to discard the entire project if you do not like the change.
For each screen, the manual contains a chapter in which all areas are described in detail.
Burning marks the end of a project. For this you should define the burning parameters and click the Burn button. Depending on the type of project you are working on and the burner connected to the system, a number of different entries are available for selection.
Burn Options screen
Once you have finished burning you can decide what you would like to do next: launch the media player and view your project or create covers and labels for the disc using Nero CoverDesigner. Of course, you can also save the project or start a new one. See also: Extended Area 11 Creating a Disc Project 16
The user interface for Nero Vision consists of a main window and an expandable area. Clicking the More button displays an extended area. The user interface for Nero Vision displays the options required at the time, depending on the screen you are in. This makes the interface easy to use. The extended area is closed again in normal mode when you switch to the next screen. In so-called "sticky mode," the extended area will be displayed until it is closed once more by
Start Successfully clicking the More button again. The icon mode. Click this icon to change the mode. The extended area is in normal mode. The extended area is in sticky mode. See also: Buttons 12 in the extended dialog box displays its current
The following buttons are available in the extended area: Configure Default Video Options Opens the configuration of Nero Vision. Edits the default options when creating a video. The Default Video Options window is opened. As long as no disc format has been selected the video options for all supported formats is shown. After selecting a disc format, only the tab for the current disc format is displayed. The Nero Digital Encoder Configuration window is opened for Nero Digital format. Erase Disc Erases rewritable discs. The Erase Rewritable Disc window is opened; the erasing method is adjustable. Before a disc can be erased, the burner must contain a rewritable disc. Shows information about the inserted disc, such as type of disc, available storage capacity, number of sessions and tracks. The Disc Info window is opened. Insert the disc that you want to know more about and select the drive where it is located. Finalize Disc Make Covers and Labels Finalizes the DVD-VFR (video mode) or DVD+VR disc. The Disc Finalization window is opened. Starts Nero CoverDesigner. Nero CoverDesigner is an application in the Nero Suite and is automatically installed during the main installation procedure. Nero CoverDesigner is used to create and print labels and booklets for burned CD/DVD. Please see the separate Nero CoverDesigner user manual for full instructions on how to make professional looking covers and labels.
Creating a Project The Imports PowerPoint Files entry imports PowerPoint files and adds them to the project as new titles. A window is opened in which you can specify the duration of the single slides. Furthermore, the following buttons are available: Make Edit Creates a movie or a slide show. The Editing screen is displayed. Edits a selected video title. Editing a video can include, for example, creating transitions, cutting scenes or creating a sound track. The Editing screen is displayed. Deletes selected media titles. Moves selected media titles up. Moves selected media titles down. Combines several video titles to form a single title.
Delete Move Up Move Down Join
In the preview area with the aid of the position marker on the scroll bar you can move to a certain position within the video title. You can also use the Position buttons next to the time code display. Furthermore, the following setting options are available: Button Starts playback.
Button / Button / Drop-down menu
Jumps to the previous/next frame.
Jumps to the start/end of the file.
Add chapter - Inserts a chapter mark into the position of the slider. Add chapter for each video - Inserts a chapter mark with the title at the start of each video. Auto-detect chapter - Starts the automatic chapter recognition with which the program places a chapter mark automatically for each scene. Remove chapters - Deletes the selected chapter marks. Remove all chapters - Deletes all previously created chapter marks of the title. Only available when a video title has been marked in the content area. Individual entries are only displayed when you have placed the position mark on the scroll bar.
Creating a Project Button Cuts scenes from the video title. Only available when a video title has been marked in the content area. Shortens a video in that the part between the start and the position marking or the position and end marking is removed. This item is only displayed if you have placed the position marker on the scroll bar. Otherwise the button is grayed out. Activate the Never use black thumbnails check box in the extended area if you do not want the application to use black thumbnails in menus. Instead, the first non-black thumbnail is found and displayed.
Creating a Disc Project
If your burner supports an editable disc format, the Editable DVD format is also displayed under the Make DVD option. You can find more information on Blu-ray support at www.nero.com/link.php?topic_id=416. There may be differences when editing titles and movies due to the differences in the DVD-VFR (video mode) and DVD+VR specifications. However, the process is essentially identical to the process described in this chapter. To create a disc project, proceed as follows:
DV/HDV Cameras, Digital and Analog Videos
There are three types of capture devices: digital, analog and DV/HDV cameras. All three have different hardware requirements. DV/HDV cameras: In the case of a DV or HDV camera, the video signal is sent to the PC in digital format. All you need to transfer video to your PC is a connecting cable and a corresponding socket on your PC.
Capturing Videos from Cameras and Other External Capture Devices Analog Video: Video signals from an analog source need to be converted to a digital format for your PC to be able to work with them. Examples of analog capture devices include VHS video recorders, TV, VHS-C, 8 mm, and Hi-8 video cameras. Unlike DV capture devices where the device itself delivers digital video signals to your PC, you need to have a video capture card installed in the PC in the case of analog video signals. The analog signals are converted into digital signals by the video capture card. Digital Video (ATSC, DVB-T/S/C): Video signals from digital capture devices are sent to the PC in digital format and exist in MPEG-2 format after transfer. TV cards are typical examples of digital devices. In order to transfer digital video, a corresponding device must be connected to your PC.
Capture Video Screen
On the Capture Video screen all the connected devices are shown on the Capture device selection menu. Besides the desired capture device the capture template can be selected here. For detail settings and the capture procedure, the screen is divided into two areas, the preview area on the left and the information area that shows the most important settings of the target file. Clicking the Configure button opens the window for adjusting the detail settings of the video options. Clicking the button opens the Video Device Properties window. Clicking the button opens the Audio Device Properties window. You can change the detail settings in both windows, if the connected capture device offers configuration options.
Capture Video screen
The following option buttons are available for the selection of the capturing template: Native capturing Optimizes all parameters based on the selected capture device and captures the video in the format specified by the capture device. The Native capturing option button is selected in the default settings. Capturing in the default settings is recommended. Custom capture template Adjusts the detail settings of the parameters. You can select the desired target format.
The Video Device Properties window opens.
4. Click the Channels tab. 5. Click the Channel Setting button.
The first screen of the TV wizard, Analog TV Channel Search, is displayed. This wizard
prompts you to make all the necessary entries step by step.
6. Select your country in the Select country drop-down menu.
Capturing Videos from Cameras and Other External Capture Devices When configuring DVB-S TV cards, you must select the satellite instead of the country in the Select your satellite configuration field. When configuring DVB-C TV cards, you must select the appropriate frequency range instead of the country.
7. Choose between Antenna and Cable as the signal source in the Select source type dropdown menu. The Select source type drop-down menu is not available when configuring digital TV cards (DVB-T, DVB-S, DVB-C).
8. Click the Start Search button to start the search.
The search starts. You are kept informed about the search progress and the number of
channels found in the Search Status area.
9. Click the Next button.
The second screen of the TV wizard, TV Channel Edit, is displayed. You can order, rename or remove the channels as required.
10. Click the Up and/or Down buttons.
The order of the available channels is changed.
11. Highlight the channels you do not want and click the Remove button.
The channels are deleted.
12. If you want to coordinate the channels of a number of TV cards with each other:
1. Highlight a desired channel and click the Rename button. The Rename Channel window is opened. The channel is renamed. Nero Vision regards TV channels with the same name so-called "physical" channels on different tuner cards as the same "logical" channel. This means that a logical channel can contain one or more physical channels. The channels are automatically coordinated with each other during the channel search. Only the logical channels will be displayed in Nero Vision following configuration in the TV wizard. 2. Enter the name you want in the Rename Channel text field and click the OK button.
13. Click the Next button.
The third screen of the TV wizard, Manage TV Channel Groups, is displayed. You can
sort the channels in existing topic groups or in groups according to your requirements.
TV Assistant - Manage TV Channel Groups
14. Click the Add button on the TV Channel Groups tab.
The Add Group window is opened.
15. Enter the desired name of the group in the Add Group text field and click the OK button.
The group is created.
16. Click the TV Channels to Groups tab. 17. Select the group you want to edit in the Modify your groups drop-down menu. 18. Highlight the channels you want to assign to this group in the Available Channels area and
8. Look for and highlight the desired media file on the right side of the window.
Capturing Videos from Cameras and Other External Capture Devices You can enter a search word in the input field at the top right of the window and click the Search button to look through the community for keywords. Any files found are listed in the area below. If a selected file type does not fit the current project, e.g. you try to import a video into a slide show, a window appears with the appropriate message.
9. Click the Download button.
The import is started, the file is downloaded in its original format. Progress while importing is displayed in a separate window.
The Copy Files to Hard Drive window is opened.
10. Select the destination folder on your hard drive to which you want to save the file. 11. Click the OK button.
The file is saved and Nero Vision lists it as a new title in the project. If you have imported
the file directly into the Editing screen, Nero Vision lists the file in the media area.
You have imported a file from the Internet and can now work it into your project.
In the Movie screen, you can compile media files into a movie, cut videos that you have added and/or work with effects and transitions according to your requirements. You can add video and picture files, as well as audio files for background music to your movie. You cannot edit videos or make your own movies in Nero Vision Essentials SE. In the media area, on the upper right, you can search on your computer for the required media files and import files to then add them to the compilation. In addition, all transitions, as well as video and text effects, are listed in groups. In the lower area of the screen, the Content area, all files that you are adding to the compilaor Timeline tabs. Pictures are tion are displayed on the Storyboard indicated on both tabs with the icon in the top left corner. If you want to correct color on your data, open the context menu Color Correction window. You can test your compilation in the preview area in the upper left.
8. If you want to move the effect in the content area, select the blue effect bar, hold down the
9. If you want to change the length of the effect:
You have added a text effect to a media file.
4.2.8 Inserting an Audio File
With two sound tracks, you can also place several audio files on top of one another in Nero Vision. For example, a commentary can be provided on the Audio 2 track while music plays simultaneously on the Audio 1 track. The following requirement has to be fulfilled: The Editing screen is displayed. To insert an audio file, proceed as follows:
3. Highlight the required audio file. 4. While holding down the left mouse button, move the audio file to the required position in the
Audio 1 or Audio 2 area.
The audio file appears on the
Timeline tab on the selected sound track.
Content area - Timeline tab
You can also highlight the audio file and click the
button to add it.
Nero Vision adds the file on the Timeline tab in the Audio 1 area to the position mark. If there is already an Audio 1, Nero Vision changes to Audio 2 position. If both sound tracks at the marking are occupied, then the new audio file will be added to the end of the Audio 1.
5. If you want to move the audio file in the content area, select the blue effect bar, hold down
the left mouse button and move the effect bar to the required position.
6. If you want to trim the audio file:
1. Drag the left end of the blue effect bar to the required start position. 2. Drag the right end of the blue effect bar to the required end position.
EditingVideos The audio file is automatically cut at the front and back when you drag the start and end position independently.
You have inserted an audio file.
4.2.9 Searching for Music Clips
In Nero Vision you can search for music clips in a capture. Recognized clips can be added to your compilation or saved separately from the video as a pure audio file. In the saving, Nero Vision supports the WAV and MP3 formats. The following requirement has to be fulfilled: The desired video title is displayed in the Editing screen. In order to search for music clips in a capture, proceed as follows:
The Music Grabber window is opened.
The video file is searched for music clips. The number of music clips is shown above the film strip. The individual music clips are
highlighted on the film strip. On the scroll bar in the preview area there are also shown the individual sequence start and end markings. Here fine corrections can be carried out if necessary.
4. If you wish to incorporate the found music clips into your compilation, click the Add to project button.
The found sequences will be cut out and inserted into your compilation.
5. If you wish to save the music clips as pure audio files:
1. Click the Save to file(s) button and select the desired format. A browser window is opened. The audio file is exported and saved. 2. In the displayed directory tree select the desired storage place and click the OK button.
You have searched for music clips in a capture.
See also: Music Grabber Window 43
Export Video Screen
Nero Vision Essentials SE cannot be used to export a video to the hard drive or a DV video camera. The Export Video screen is displayed when you click the Export button in the lower task bar of the main window. It can be divided into three areas: the preview area for playing the movie back, a selection area to the right of that, which lists the export options, and the Format and Profile drop-down menus in the area below that. All data that results for the output file is displayed in the Output file area. You can click the Browse button to select the storage location for the output file. Adapted format and profile drop-down menus are available for each export option. Click the Configure button to open a window to adjust the detail settings. Depending on the export template chosen, the output format, aspect ration, quality settings, bit rate, resolution, encoding mode and/or audio quality will change.
Export Video screen
Exporting Videos The following export options are available in the selection area: Export video to file Export video to camera Exports a movie to a video file. Exports a movie to a tape in the camera. Nero Vision automatically sets all parameters according to the attached camera and the Format and Profile drop-down menus are not available. Only available if a camera is connected to your PC and is on. Export video and send as EMail Exports a movie, adjusted to an appropriate file size, to send as an e-mail attachment. The MPEG-1 and Nero Digital formats are available. You can choose between 1 MB, 2 MB, 5 MB or Userdefined. The export file can be attached to a new e-mail from the default e-mail application or saved to the hard drive. Export audio to file Exports the audio track from a video to an audio file. The WAV format is available. The exported audio file can be edited externally and reimported into Nero Vision. Exports a movie to the Internet in a file size adjusted accordingly. Communities normally limit the maximum length of a video file to 10 minutes with a maximum file size of 100 MB. If the movie is too long, an error message is displayed and Nero Vision cancels the procedure. If you have selected the Export video to file export option, the following export templates are available: AVI AVI (DV) WMV Contains all codecs provided by your operating system. AVI-DV type 1 and 2 Pocket PC; Broadband; Portable Device; DVD Quality; HD 720p; HD 1080p and HD 1080i Custom - All parameters are set to a medium value but can be customized within the scope of the WMV play. VCD compatible - All parameters in the video options are predefined and cannot be changed, with the exception of the frame rate. Custom - All parameters are predefined in accordance with VCD, but can be customized within the capabilities of the MPEG-1 format.
Export to Web
Exporting Videos MPEG-2 DVD-Video compatible and SVCD compatible HDV HD1; HDV HD2 (1080i); HDTV 1080i, Editable Blu-ray Disc compatible Custom - All parameters are predefined in accordance with DVDVideo. The parameters of all profiles are predefined and can be customized within the capabilities of the MPEG-2 format. Nero Digital PSP, MPEG4 3GPP; Nero Digital Standard The parameters of all profiles are predefined and can be customized within the capabilities of the respective profile. Nero Digital AVC PSP AVC; PSP AVC (480x272), PSP AVC (720x480),PS3 AVC, iPod/iPhone AVC, Nero Digital AVC The parameters of all profiles are predefined and can be customized within the capabilities of the respective profile. AVC AVCHD compatible To make a disc in AVCHD disc format, a supported DVD burner must be connected to the PC. See also: Exporting Video to File 58 Exporting Video to Camera 59 Exporting Audio to File 61 Exporting to Web 61 Exporting Video and Send as E-Mail 60
Exporting Video to File
In the Export Video screen, you have various options for exporting a movie that you created in Nero Vision in addition to burning it to disc. The following requirement has to be fulfilled: The Content or Editing screen is displayed. To export a movie as a file to the hard drive, proceed as follows:
1. Click the Export button in the lower task bar of the main window.
The Export Video screen is displayed.
In the What would you like to do next? selection, choose the Export Movie option.
2. Select the Export video to file export option in the selection area.
The drop-down menus for output format and profile are displayed accordingly.
3. Select the required format in the Format drop-down menu and the required profile in the
Profile drop-down menu.
The selected export template primarily specifies the output type and playback quality.
4. If you want to make changes to the export settings:
1. Click the Configure button. A window is opened. 2. Make the required changes and click the OK button.
5. If you want to save the video to another folder and/or under a name other than the name
displayed in the Output File display panel: 1. Click the Browse button. The Select a location for the video file window is opened. 2. Select the desired folder in the Location drop-down menu. 3. Enter the desired file name in the File Name input field and click the Save button.
6. Click the Export button.
The export starts. Progress while exporting is displayed in the same window. Once the
export is complete, a window is opened.
7. Click the OK button.
Nero Vision automatically returns to the screen that was displayed before the export. You have exported a movie to the hard drive.
A menu can have up to two levels in addition to the intro video. The main or title menu consists of all the video titles in the project. Each video title is represented by a button consisting of a thumbnail and a button text. If a video title has more than one chapter, a video title submenu is generated. Each chapter of the respective video title is represented by a button in the chapter menu. When making changes, you can adjust the levels of the menu independently. You can select the layout of each menu from existing menu templates. Menu templates are subdivided into individual menu template groups for a better overview.
Edit Menu Screen
You can select menu templates and/or templates that meet your requirements in the Edit Menu screen. In the normal editing mode, editing remains limited to the most important features, while additional customization options are available in Advanced Editing. You can choose the individual form and design of the menu in the advanced editing mode.You can place and edit your own graphical items and text on the menu, modify, delete and create various button options, as well as create links between any buttons, menus and videos. The number of Smart3D and Animated2D templates is limited in Nero Vision Essentials and Nero Vision Essentials SE. Advanced Editing is not available in Nero Vision Essentials SE. In the preview and compilation area of the screen on the left, the menu items of the title or chapter menus are displayed according to the template selected. If the intro video is selected, the preview shows a still of the video. Here, you can edit the individual items of the template directly. Selected objects are identified by a frame and can then e.g. be adjusted for size, rotated or moved. The Templates and Customize tabs are available on the right. You can also make changes to objects in the respective drawers. A capacity bar below the compilation area shows how much space your project occupies on the selected medium.
Edit Menu screen
The following buttons are available on the navigation scroll bar in the compilation area: Create New Menu Creates an empty menu without links in the layout of the template last selected. Only available in Advanced Editing. Not available for Smart3D templates. Deletes a style item from the template. All items except the background can be deleted. Only available in Advanced Editing. Saves a template with all changes made. The Save As Template window is opened. If you want to save your own menu template, you have to specify and save the title and chapter menu separately, even if both are based on the same template. Not available for Smart3D templates.
Shadow Settings Window
If the Apply shadow check box in the Properties drawer is selected, the selected button or graphic object is given a shadow. Clicking the Options button opens the Shadow Settings window. You can adjust the detail settings of the shading at the top of the Shadow Settings window. A preview appears at the bottom of the window if you enable the Preview check box. You can preview immediately what effects changing the settings has. The following setting options are available: Drop-down menu Light source Slider Opacity Slider Distance Slider Spread Slider Blur Drop-down menu Color Defines the degree of scatter of the shadow (in percent). The scatter is added to the size of the shadow. Defines the degree of blurring of the shadow. In the default settings the shadow has an exact contour which gives a degree of blurring of 0%. Defines the desired color of the shadow. Defines the desired angle of the virtual light source in relation to the object. Defines the required shadow transparency in percent. An opacity of 0 means that the shadow is invisible. Defines the distance between the object and the shadow (in pixels).
7.2.3 Save Template as Window
The following drop-down menus are available in the Save As Template window: Intro video Main menu Displays the name of the intro video or No intro video, if no video has been added to the menu template. Defines which menu from the arranged template is saved as the title menu. All menus available in the template are available in the drop-down menu.
Menu Chapter menu Defines which menu from the arranged template is saved as the chapter menu. All menus available in the template are available in the drop-down menu. Defines the name that you want to save the new template under. Defines where the template is saved. Nero Vision automatically saves created menu templates in the My Menu Templates folder itself. If you want to sort your templates in topic groups, select an existing group or the Create new subcategory option to create a new category. New subcategory name Defines the name of a new category. Only available if you have selected the Create new subcategory option in the Add to subcategory dropdown menu.
Template name Add to subcategory
If the Store media files with template check box is activated, Nero Vision saves the media files used in the template with the new template.
The number of Smart3D and Animated2D templates is limited in Nero Vision Essentials and Nero Vision Essentials SE. Advanced Editing is not available in Nero Vision Essentials SE. The following requirement has to be fulfilled: The Edit Menu screen is displayed. To create the menu for a project, proceed as follows:
5. Select the Recording Settings option.
The Settings for recording dialog area appears.
6. In the Speed drop-down menu, select the speed that the burner should use to write to the
7. If you want to perform a speed test, activate the Determine maximum speed check box.
Before burning, the program verifies whether the burner is capable of burning the session with the selected writing speed. In addition, it also verifies if all files selected for burning are actually available.
8. If you still want to burn the disc on positive verification, activate the Write check box. 9. If Nero Vision is capable of changing the book type with your burner and you want to make
the changes to the book type, select the required option in the Book Type setting dropdown menu.
10. If you want to burn the project directly to the disc without temporarily storing the disc structure on the hard drive first, activate the Use Burn-at-once check box.
11. Click the Burn button in the lower right of the screen.
The Burning screen is displayed. The project files are converted into the appropriate
format and then burned to the disc. The priority determines how much computing power is assigned to the burn process. Normally, you should not change this setting.
12. If you want to change the priority of the capturing process, select the relevant entry from the
Priority drop-down menu.
13. If you would like your PC to shut down automatically after successfully burning a disc, activate the Shut down computer when finished check box. As soon as the burn process has finished, a window is opened.
14. If you do not want to save a log file for the burn process, click the No button. 15. If you would like to save a log file:
1. Click the Yes button.
Burn Options A window is opened.
2. Select the desired folder in the Location drop-down menu. 3. Enter the desired file name in the File Name input field and click the Save button.
You have burned a disc and can now burn the project again or save it, start a new project or create covers and labels. See also: Burn Options Screen 97
Burning a Image File
Even if you do not have a drive that is capable of burning DVDs or CDs, you can still use the Image Recorder to burn a disc image and save it for future use on your hard drive. Once you have connected the appropriate recorder to the system, you can burn disc images on real discs at any time using Nero Vision. The following requirement has to be fulfilled: The Burn Options screen is displayed. To burn a project as a disc picture, proceed as follows:
The Application Settings window is opened. You have called up the configuration and can now make the required settings.
12.2 Application Settings Window
The Application Settings window contains the General, Folders and Messages tabs. You can customize Nero Vision to your own personal requirements here. See also: General Tab 108 Folders Tab 109 Messages Tab 109
12.2.1 General Tab
The General tab is divided into the Format of saved media files and Options areas. The Pictures drop-down menu is available in the Format of saved media files area. Here you can define the graphics format in which Nero Vision saves media files from external devices and snapshots of videos. Portable Network Graphics (*.png) is selected in the default setting. The following setting options are available in the Options area: Drop-down menu Display tool tips Verbose - When you move the cursor over a popup menu, it displays its function and provides a detailed explanation as a tooltip.This entry is selected by default. Brief - When you move the cursor over a pop-up menu, it displays its function. None - Does not show anything when the cursor is moved over a pop-up menu.
Configuration Check box Never show black thumbnails for assets Does not show any black thumbnails in the content area. Instead, the first non-black thumbnail is found and displayed. This feature can slow down the application. This check box is activated by default. Check box Enable all supported recorder formats for the Image Recorder Activates all supported burner formats for the Image Recorder. Some disc formats require a specific burner. With this setting, the Image Recorder enables the creation of all disc formats, not only those supported by the installed burner. This check box is activated by default.
12.2.2 Folders Tab
The following input fields are available in the Directories area of the Folders tab: Temporary files Defines the folder in which temporary files are stored. The folder should be located on a drive with plenty of free drive space. The temp folder of the user who is logged on is used by default. Saved picture files Defines the folder in which imported picture files and video snapshots are stored. The My Pictures folder of the user who is logged on is used by default. Imported video files Defines the folder in which imported video files are stored. The NeroVision subfolder of My Documents of the user who is logged on is used by default. The button opens a window in which the folder can be selected for the respective files.
12.2.3 Messages Tab
Under certain circumstances, Nero Vision can display info messages or an action that must be confirmed before continuing. In the selection list, you can specify which messages are displayed and what tasks are executed automatically without confirmation or additional information. When you right-click an entry in the selection list, a context menu opens in which the following entries are available: Continue Prompt Continues with the action without prompting. Inquires as to whether or not the action should be performed.
Index Menu animation.. 95 Menu editing.. 73 Menu levels.. 73 Menu preview.. 73 Menu templates.. 73, 75, 76, 86, 92, 120 Messages.. 109 Messages tab.. 109 Motion-adaptive.. 113 Motion-adaptive deinterlacing. 113 Movie screen.. 36, 45 Music Grabber.. 43, 55 My Media Files.. 45 My Menu Templates.. 75 My Nero.. 34, 62 My Nero Login.. 34, 62 N Native capturing. 23, 25, 29, 30 Navigation buttons.. 78, 82, 86 Nero CoverDesigner. 11, 105 Nero Digital... 115 Nero Digital Audio. 116 Nero Digital encoder configuration.. 115 Nero Digital Encoder Configuration window.. 115 Nero Image Files.. 105 Nero Smart encoding. 111 Nero Vision Projects.. 104 Never use black thumbnails. 87 NTSC.. 111 Numbering.. 88 O Open image file.. 104 Opening a disc image.. 104 Opening a project.. 104 Opening a project or a disc picture.. 104 Output file... 56 Output format.. 25 P PAL... 111 Picture editing.. 68 Picture properties.. 69, 71 Picture refresh rate.. 115 Playback duration.. 65 Position marking. 82 Pre-scan.. 32 Pre-scan capture.. 24, 25, 31 Preview 36, 46, 63, 67, 82, 84, 89, 91, 92, 94, 95 Preview area13, 36, 46, 48, 73, 89, 91, 92 Preview menu animation.. 95 Preview screen.. 94, 95 Profile.. 115 Profile category.. 115 Program
Launching the Program.. 7 Startup... 7
Project file.. 97, 104 Project settings.. 78, 87 Properties drawer.. 82, 84 Properties window.. 71 Q Quality setting.. 113 Quick info.. 108 R Recognize advertising.. 41, 46, 47 Recording settings.. 100, 101 Reduce.. 75 Remote control.. 94, 95 Rename chapters.. 20 Resolution.. 113, 116 Rewritable disc.. 33
S Sample format.. 113 Satellite configuration.. 27 Save... 93, 104 Save as template.. 91 Save As Template window.. 91 Save project.. 104 Save template.. 74, 91
Index Scope of features.. 120 SD card.. 102 Search for advertising spots. 41, 46, 47 Search for music clips. 43, 55 Select poster frame. 90 Select Poster Frame window. 90 Select start position. 88 Select Start Position window.. 88 Selecting a task.. 8 Shadow settings. 91 Shadow Settings window.. 91 Shortcuts... 81, 82 Showing a preview.. 95 Slide Duration.. 65 Slide show.. 67, 68, 71 Slide Show.. 63 Slide Show screen.. 63 Smart3D menus 73, 76, 78, 79, 82, 85, 92 Smart3D templates 73, 76, 78, 79, 85, 92, 120 Smart3D Templates. 77, 93 SmartEncoding. 112 Sound tracks.. 39, 46, 54, 57 Speed test.. 100 Spreading... 81 Standard forms. 78, 84, 86 Standard objects.. 86 Standard2D templates. 75 Start Nero CoverDesigner. 105 Start screen. 7, 11, 104 Startup
T Target file. 114, 116 Target format... 23 Template groups.. 73 Template settings.. 78 Template Settings drawer. 78 Templates.. 75, 91, 92 Templates tab.. 73, 75, 92 Temporary files.. 109 Text effects.. 46, 50, 52 Text Effects.. 36, 39 Text-only buttons.. 78, 86 Thumbnail buttons.. 78, 82, 86, 88 Timeline tab. 50, 52, 54 Timeline Tab... 36 Title menus. 73, 75, 76, 77, 85, 91, 92 Tool tips.. 108 Transformation.. 83, 85 Transition groups.. 68 Transitions. 36, 46, 49, 63, 67, 71, 78, 81 TV card.. 21, 25 TV wizard.. 25, 26 TWAIN import.. 37, 64 U User interface.. 11 User-defined capture.. 23 V VCR.. 30 VCR Mode.. 59 Vector graphics.. 78, 84, 86 Versions... 120 Video camera.. 21 Video capture.. 21, 29, 32, 37 Video capture card.. 21 Video Capture screen. 29, 37 Video cut.. 48 Video Device Properties.. 22, 25, 26, 31 Video Device Properties window.. 25 Video Effects.. 36, 39 Video format.. 112
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