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Manual Nero StartSmart
Table of Contents
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Please keep in mind that existing graphics, pictures, videos, music titles or other materials that you may wish to insert or transcribe into projects may be protected by copyright. The unauthorized use of this type of material in your projects may violate the rights of the owner of the copyright. Make sure that you obtain all necessary authorizations from the owner of the copyright. Unless you own the copyright, have permission from the copyright owner or your actions fall under the "fair use" provisions of copyright law, you may be violating national or international copyright laws. The transcribing, re-formation, modification or publication of copyright-protected material may lead to claims for damages and the enforcement of other legal measures against you. If you are unsure of your rights, you should contact your legal advisor. Some Nero Multimedia Suite applications require technologies developed by third-party manufacturers, some of which are contained in the Nero Multimedia Suite as demo versions. These applications can be activated online free of charge or by sending an activation fax to have unlimited use of the version. Nero will only transmit the data necessary for activation of the technology licensed from third parties. For unlimited use of Nero Multimedia Suite, it is therefore necessary to have an Internet connection or a fax machine. Copyright 2006-2010 Nero AG and its licensors. All rights reserved. Nero, Nero BackItUp, Nero BackItUp & Burn, Nero Burning ROM, Nero Digital, Nero DMA Manager, Nero Essentials, Nero Express, Nero ImageDrive, Nero LiquidTV, Nero MediaHome, Nero MediaHub, Nero MediaStreaming, Nero Move it, Nero Music2Go, Nero PhotoDesigner, Nero PhotoSnap, Nero Recode, Nero RescueAgent, Nero Simply Enjoy, Nero SmartDetect, Nero SmoothPlay, Nero StartSmart, Nero Surround, Nero Vision, Nero Vision Xtra, Burn-At-Once, InCD, LayerMagic, Liquid Media, the SecurDisc logo, and UltraBuffer are common law trademarks or registered trademarks of Nero AG. Gracenote is either a registered trademark or a trademark of Gracenote, Inc. in the United States and/or other countries. The Gracenote logo and logotype, and the "Powered by Gracenote" logo are trademarks of Gracenote. Adobe, Acrobat, Acrobat Reader and Premiere are trademarks or registered trademarks of Adobe Systems, Incorporated. 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1 1.1 1.2 1.4.1 4.1.1 4.1.2 4.2 4.2.1 4.2.2 4.3 4.3.1 4.3.2 4.3.3 4.3.4 4.4 4.4.1 4.4.2 22.214.171.124 5.2 5.3 5.4 126.96.36.199 7.2 7.3 7.4 7.5 7.Start Successfully About the Manual About Nero StartSmart Nero StartSmart Versions Starting Nero StartSmart Start Screen Quick Tasks Data Burning Burn Data Disc Screen Burning a Data Disc Audio Burning Audio Burning Screen Burning an Audio CD Audio Ripping Audio Ripping Screen Converting Audio CDs to MP3s Automatic Music Recognition Identifying Audio Files Copy Disc Copy Disc Screen Copying a disc Methods of Copying Tabs Music Tab Video, Photo Tab Data Tab Tools Tab Knowledge Center Tab Options Setting Up Newsfeeds Technical Information System Requirements Disc Types Disc Formats Audio Formats and Codecs Metadata Feed Formats Glossary Index Contact 41 42
About the Manual
This manual is intended for all users who want to learn how to use Nero StartSmart. It is process-based and explains how to achieve a specific objective on a step-by-step basis. To make best use of this documentation, please note the following conventions: Indicates warnings, preconditions or instructions that have to be precisely followed. Indicates additional information or advice. 1. Start The number at the beginning of a line indicates a prompt for action. Carry out these actions in the order specified. Indicates an intermediate result. Indicates a result. OK Indicates text passages or buttons that appear in the program interface. They are shown in boldface. Indicates references to other chapters. They are executed as links and are shown in red and underlined. Indicates keyboard shortcuts for entering commands.
About Nero StartSmart
Nero StartSmart is an easy to use command center. It acts as an application launcher: You merely have to select the desired category (e.g. Music) and the desired task to automatically launch the corresponding application. In addition you can work directly with Nero StartSmart: So-called quick tasks provide frequently-used functions such as burning, ripping, and copying.
Nero StartSmart Versions
Nero StartSmart is available in versions with different features. In addition to the full Nero StartSmart version, there are other versions with restricted features. Nero StartSmart Essentials does not offer the following features:
Audio Burning Music title recognition with Gracenote (not included in standard functionality)
Start Successfully Features that are not available in the Essentials versions are indicated by the icon offers you upgrade possibilities, and gives information about it. Gracenote Plug-in You will need the Gracenote Plug-in to identify single audio files. You can obtain the plug-in at www.nero.com. The plug-in is already included in the full version. In addition, the encoding and decoding formats in Nero StartSmart Essentials are restricted. The mp3PRO plug-in is included as trial version. mp3PRO Plug-in You will need the mp3PRO Plug-in for unlimited MP3 and mp3PRO encoding/decoding. You can obtain the plug-in at www.nero.com. The plug-in is already included in the full version. The Knowledge Center tab in the Essentials version provides links to upgrade options and information about these options. Upgrading your Essentials version will give you the full version with all the functions. icon. The
Starting Nero StartSmart
The Nero StartSmart icon appears on your computer's desktop after installing Nero Multimedia Suite. Double-click the Nero StartSmart icon window. Nero StartSmart provides easy access to all Nero Multimedia Suite applications and, when installed, to Nero BackItUp & Burn and Nero Vision Xtra applications. to open the Nero StartSmart
Nero StartSmart start window
The following buttons are available: nero Multimedia Suite 10 Opens the Nero Web site www.nero.com where you can get more information about Nero products. Displays a menu in which you can open the options for Nero StartSmart, open the help and display online tutorials, and end the application. Displays a selection list of Nero applications and tools that can be opened directly by clicking them. Displays online help. The tabs in the top area of the screen provide quick and easy access to Nero applications. They are grouped into categories (Music, Video - Photo, Data, Tools) where frequently occurring tasks have been assembled. The Knowledge Center tab offers quick and easy access to Web sites where you can get support, view online tutorials or download manuals. The menu icons on the left side of the Nero StartSmart start screen each represent the socalled Quick Tasks. These are optimally pre-configured, frequently-used processes that can be run directly in Nero StartSmart without having to launch another Nero application. With
Start Screen Nero StartSmart you can burn a data disc, burn a music disc (e.g. an Audio CD), save audio files from an Audio CD to hard drive, or copy a disc. The News area at the bottom of the Nero StartSmart screen displays the news from the newsfeeds to which you have subscribed. The following buttons are available in the News area: News Opens the newsfeed options, where you can subscribe to newsfeeds. Displays the complete news from the newsfeed. Next Opens the next headline of a news item in the newsfeed.
See also Burn Data Disc Screen 11 Audio Burning Screen 13 Audio Ripping Screen 18 Copy Disc Screen 25 Options 35 Quick Tasks 10
Opens a window in which you can select files to be added to the content of your disc by clicking the mouse. They are displayed in the contents list of the Burn Data Disc screen when you click Open. The capacity bar indicates the total size of the listed files in MB.
Quick Tasks Button Delete Removes the selected entries from the contents list.
Opens the options for the Data Burning quick task.
Image file An image refers to a single file on the hard drive that contains the image of a complete disc. Creating an image file is especially useful when you do not have an available recorder or a blank disc. Later on you can use an application like Nero Express to burn the image to disc. Further information can be found in the Nero Express manual.
4.1.2 Burning a Data Disc
With Nero StartSmart you can compile and burn all types of files and folders. Depending on your installed burner, you can burn a data CD, data DVD or data Blu-ray Disc. To burn a data disc, proceed as follows:
1. Click the Data Burning menu icon.
The Burn Data Disc screen is displayed.
2. Click the Add button.
The Add files and folders window is opened.
3. Select the files that you want to burn to disc. 4. Click the Add button.
The files selected are listed in the Burn Data Disc screen. A capacity bar displays the
total length of the files to be burned to disc. The Add Files and Folders window stays in the foreground until you close it.
5. If you want to delete a file, choose the desired file and click the Delete button.
The selected file is removed from the list.
6. Select a burner from the Destination drive drop-down menu. 7. If you want to include a name for the disc, enter a name in the Disc name input field. 8. Click the Burn button.
A window is opened and prompts you to insert a blank recordable disc into the recorder.
9. Insert a blank recordable disc into the recorder and click the Load button.
A progress bar is displayed at the bottom left of the screen. When the burn process is
finished, a window is opened.
10. Click the OK button.
You have burned a data disc that contains the selected files.
Music recognition technology and related data are provided by Gracenote. Gracenote is the industry standard in music recognition technology and related content delivery. For more information, please visit www.gracenote.com.
See also Options 35
4.3.2 Converting Audio CDs to MP3s
mp3PRO Plug-in You will need the mp3PRO Plug-in for unlimited MP3 and mp3PRO encoding/decoding. You can obtain the plug-in at www.nero.com. The plug-in is already included in the full version.
To save the audio files from an Audio CD to the hard drive, proceed as follows:
1. Click the Audio Ripping menu icon.
The Rip Audio CD screen is displayed and a window asks you to insert an Audio CD
into a drive.
2. Insert an Audio CD into a drive and click the OK button. 3. In the Source drive drop-down menu, select the drive in which your Audio CD is located.
The disc is analyzed and the required information is sent to Gracenote. If an exact
matching entry is found in the Gracenote Media Database, that metadata will be used and displayed.
If several entries are found or the found entry is ambiguos, then the Matches window is
opened and the metadata records in question are displayed.
4. Select the metadata record that matches your Audio CD. 5. Click the Send New Data button if none of the metadata records match your Audio CD.
The Edit MetaData window is opened.
The Edit Meta Data window also opens if no matching entry is found in the database but you want to enter the metadata and make it available.
6. If necessary, edit the metadata, e.g. title, artist, album title, year, and genre. 7. Click the Advanced Options button if you want to add additional information.
The Gracenote MusicID Information window, which originates from Gracenote, opens.
After entering the additional information you have to close this window so that the Edit Metadata window is displayed again.
8. Click the Submit Data button.
If you have changed the Audio CD's metadata or filled it in for the first time, the changes
are sent to Gracenote and added to the Gracenote Media Database. The Edit Metadata window is closed and the information is passed on to the Rip Audio CD screen.
Rip Audio CD screen with audio files
9. Select the tracks that you want to save on the hard drive.
1. If you want to copy all files on the disc to your hard drive, click the Select All button. 2. If you want to deselect the files, click the Unselect All button. 3. If you only want to select individual audio files, enable the check box in front of the respective audio files.
1. Select the type of compilation to burn a music CD.
The compilation screen is displayed.
2. Add audio files from the hard drive to the music compilation. 3. Select one or more audio files in the compilation. 4. Right-click to open the context menu. 5. Select the Get Meta Data entry.
The audio files are analyzed and the required information is sent to Gracenote. The Edit
Meta Data window is opened. The metadata received by Gracenote is displayed in the New Info area.
Edit Meta Data window
6. If necessary, edit the metadata, e.g. track number, title, artist, album title, year, and genre. 7. Click the Apply button.
The Edit Meta Data window is closed. The metadata is written into the audio file and accordingly shown in Nero
StartSmart. If the Adjust all file name(s) check box is selected, the file on hard disk is renamed accordingly (if technically possible).
4.4.1 Copy Disc Screen
You can copy a disc very quickly here. Just insert a disc and click Copy. If you have more than one drive, drop-down menus in which you can choose the source and destination drives are displayed.
Copy Disc screen
The following setting options are available: Drop-down menu Source drive Drop-down menu You can choose the drive in which the disc to be copied is inserted. Only available if you have more than one drive. You can choose the drive with the recordable disc to which you want to burn the copy. All drives connected to your computer are listed. You can
Quick Tasks Destination drive also select the Image Recorder entry to create an image of the disc to be copied, which can then be burnt to a disc at a later point in time. In this case, click the Browse button to choose the path in which to save the image file. The drop-down menu is available if there is more than one drive, or if the Image Recorder is enabled. Triggers the copying process or the process to create an image.
Opens the options for the Copy Disc quick task.
See also Options 35 On-the-fly Copying 28 Copy Over Image 28
4.4.2 Copying a disc
With Nero StartSmart you can copy a disc. That means you make an exact copy of a source disc and burn it to a target disc. If your source disc is an Audio CD, for example, your copy will be an Audio CD as well. Depending on your installed burner, you can copy CDs, DVDs or Blu-ray Discs. The target disc must be the same disc type as the source disc. For example, you can copy a DVD only to a DVD. In any case, Nero StartSmart will give you a message when the disc type does not match. To copy a disc, proceed as follows:
1. Click the Copy Disc menu icon.
The Copy Disc screen is displayed.
2. Select the Source drive and the Destination drive.
If you want to copy the disc using the Image Copy method, choose the same drive for the source and the destination. If you want to copy the disc using the On-the-fly method, choose different drives for the source and the destination. If you only have one drive, the drop-down menus are not available. You therefore skip the step above. Just insert the disc you want to copy and click the Copy button.
3. Insert the disc that you want to copy into the selected drive. 4. Insert a blank disc into the target drive if you are choosing different drives for copying (Onthe-fly copy method).
5. Click the Copy button.
The copy process starts. A progress bar is displayed at the bottom left of the screen. If you are using a single drive for copying, you will be prompted to remove the source
disc and to insert a suitable blank disc after the image file has been written. The burn process then starts automatically. When the copy and the burn process are finished, a window is opened.
6. Click the OK button.
You have copied a disc.
4.4.3 Methods of Copying
If you have more than one drive, there are two options for copying a disc
On-the-fly, i.e. the disc to be copied and the recordable disc are in different drives Image copy, i.e. you use the same drive for the disc to be copied and the recordable disc
Each one of the methods can be better for different situations, depending on your requirements. 188.8.131.52 On-the-fly Copying When using the on-the-fly method, insert the original disc into a drive and a recordable disc into the drive. The original disc in the drive is copied immediately without any time delay to the blank disc in the recorder. The on-the-fly method allows you to copy discs very quickly, and does not require any additional space on the disc. In order to be able to use the on-the-fly method, you will need at least two drives: one for reading the disc and a disc burner for writing. The following requirements apply to the read drive and disc burner:
The disc burner must feature buffer underrun protection, or the drive must be capable of delivering the data sufficiently quickly. The read speed should be at least twice as fast as the write speed.
The read drive must be capable of delivering information on the number and type of sessions, otherwise Nero StartSmart may not be able to produce an exact copy.
If you want to copy Audio CDs, we recommend the copy image method because the quality of the read audio files can suffer depending on the drive. 184.108.40.206 Copy Over Image With the copy over image method, an image of the original disc is saved to a file first. The image file is then burned to a blank disc. Copying using copy over image takes longer, but it often produces better results. You must have sufficient storage space to use the copy over image method. The copy over image method is particularly suitable in the following situations:
Only one drive is available. You would like to make several copies of the same disc. You think it likely that read errors may have occurred on the source CD (for example because it is scratched). You attach importance to the best possible reproduction (particularly in relation to index positions and the quality of Audio CDs).
Frequently occurring tasks have been assembled on tabs in the Nero StartSmart categories. All tasks are linked to Nero applications, as mentioned in the task text. Detailed information about the individual applications is available in the respective manuals, which are available for download from www.nero.com free of charge. If you have not installed the respective application, the task will be unavailable. This status will be indicated by an exclamation mark. The tasks mentioned here only fully apply to the full version as not all applications may be available in the Essentials version. If an application is unavailable in your Essentials version, it will be indicated with an upgrade icon. You can always upgrade your Essentials version at www.nero.com to get the full version with all the functions.
Music tab Contains the most important tasks for music, such as ripping, playing and burning Audio CDs, and recording and editing audio files. Video - Photo tab Contains the most important tasks for video and photo, such as creating and burning videos and slide shows, playing videos and slideshows, and converting movies. Data tab Contains the most important tasks for data, such as burning, copying, backup, and recovering. Tools tab Contains tools that can be used to test your drive performance, analyze your drives and your system, and reduce drive noise. Knowledge Center tab Offers links to Web sites where you can get support, view online tutorials, and download manuals. The Knowledge Center tab in the Essentials version provides links to upgrade options and information about these options. Upgrading your Essentials version will give you the full version with all the functions.
Here you can perform tasks regarding music.
The following tasks are available: Play back and Organize Music Opens Nero MediaHub. Here, you can play back your audio files in a convenient manner and also create playlists.
Rip and Burn Opens Nero Burning ROM. Here, you can create, burn, and rip Audio Music Advanced CDs. A wide range of file formats is supported. Mix Music and Digitize LPs and Tapes Edit and Record Music Opens Nero SoundTrax. Here, you can create music mixes in a virtual music studio with the help of wizards.
Opens Nero WaveEditor. Here, you can edit and record music using a variety of filters and sound optimization methods.
Video, Photo Tab
Here you can perform tasks regarding video and photo.
Video - Photo tab
The following tasks are available: Create Video and Photo Slide Show Play back Multimedia Opens Nero MediaHub. Here, you can easily create videos and slide shows. Opens Nero MediaHub. Here, you can play back your video files and pictures in a convenient manner.
Create Video and Opens Nero Vision. Here, you can create videos and slide shows. Photo Slide Show For your project you can set advanced options, such as multi track Advanced editing, and various professional effects and menus. Convert Video Opens Nero Recode. Here, you can convert DVD-Videos to different video formats.
Here you can perform tasks regarding data.
The following tasks are available: Burn and Copy Data Back up Data Opens Nero Express. Here, you can select the files for a data disc and burn them to CD, DVD, or Blu-ray Disc. Opens Nero BackItUp. Here, you can choose files to back up and then initiate the backup process. You can also enable Autobackup, for instance, which will perform automatic backups of your data. Opens Nero Burning ROM. Here, you can select the files for a data disc and burn them to CD, DVD, or Blu-ray Disc. Advanced options can be applied to burn projects (e.g. defining the character set or splitting large files to multiple discs with the Nero DiscSpan compilation type). Opens Nero RescueAgent. Here, you can quickly and easily recover files from storage media that, for instance, has been damaged by scratches or cannot be read correctly due to age.
Burn and Copy Data Advanced
Restore and Recover
Here you can perform tasks with Nero tools.
The following tasks are available: Disc Drive Performance Test Opens Nero DiscSpeed. Here, you can test the speed and performance of your media or recorder and view the results in a graph or test log.
System Opens Nero InfoTool. Here, you can call up information about the Configuration and most important features of installed drives, inserted discs, installed Analysis software, and much more. You obtain detailed data on drive properties such as firmware, buffer size, serial number, production date and the current DVD region code for DVD drives. Furthermore, Nero InfoTool tells you the name and version number of the operating system, the installed burning applications, and the hardware configuration of the computer. Restore and Recover Opens Nero RescueAgent. Here, you can quickly and easily recover files from storage media that, for instance, has been damaged by scratches or cannot be read correctly due to age.
Knowledge Center Tab
The Knowledge Center tab provides direct links to manuals, the tutorial of the month, the Nero community, and information about other Nero products, e.g. useful plug-ins.
Knowledge Center tab
The Knowledge Center tab in the Essentials version provides links to upgrade options and information about these options. Upgrading your Essentials version will give you the full version with all the functions.
In the Options window, you can define settings for the quick tasks and Nero StartSmart. Use the button > Options to open the window.
The following entries are available: Data Burning Displays the Data Disc Burning Options screen. You can select the burn speed here and choose whether the data should be checked after burning. Displays the Burning Options screen. In this screen you can select the burn speed and determine whether the data should be checked after burning - separately for Audio CDs and Jukebox CDs. Displays the Audio Ripping Options screen. You can specify the file format, the encoding quality, the read speed, and enable the Gracenote database. The Gracenote database is enabled by default. Copy Disc Displays the Copy Disc Options screen. You can select the burn speed, specify whether the data should be checked after burning, and whether the burn process should be simulated prior to burning. In addition you can specify whether the on-the-fly method should be used. You can also specify the storage path for the image file when copying over an image.
Options Newsfeed Displays the Newsfeed Options screen. You can specify the interval after which the next newsfeed headline is displayed in the News area and decide to which newsfeeds you would like to subscribe (see Setting Up Newsfeeds 36). The Nero feed is subscribed by default. Misc Displays the More Options screen. You can define whether Nero StartSmart is closed, remains open or is minimized when opening a Nero application. You can also specify whether the Nero StartSmart settings are saved when closed. In addition, you can enable the integrated Image Recorder for all applications and specify whether online content (e.g. Newsfeed and Knowledge Center) is allowed. Burn and Read Speeds The following burn and read speeds are available: Minimum: Slowest speed for the most reliable burning. Safety mode: Moderate speed with emphasis on safety. Automatic: Optimal speed for the selected disc burner and the data to be burned. Maximum: Maximum speed of selected disc burner.
The Image Recorder is also suitable for creating an image of a disc type not supported by the connected recorder. For example, you can therefore create a DVD image without having installed a DVD recorder. You can then write the image to a disc at any time.
Data CD/DVD/Blu-ray Disc Jukebox Audio CD/DVD/Blu-ray Disc Audio CD Nero Image (NRG) CUE-Image [Import only] ISO-Image
Audio Formats and Codecs
Advanced Audio Coding (AAC, M4A, MP4) Audio Interchange File Format (AIFF, AIF) Compact Disc Digital Audio (CDA) Moving Picture Experts Group-1 Audio Layer 3 (MP3) Moving Picture Experts Group-4 (MP4) Nero AAC (MP4, M4A) Resource Interchange File Format WAVE (WAV, WAVE) Windows Media Audio (WMA)
Free Lossless Audio Codec (FLAC) OGG Vorbis (OGG, OGA) mp3PRO Plug-in You will need the mp3PRO Plug-in for unlimited MP3 and mp3PRO encoding/decoding. The plug-in can be added to Nero Multimedia Suite. You can obtain the plug-in at www.nero.com. The plug-in is already included in the full version.
Advanced Streaming Format (ASF) Moving Picture Experts Group-1 Audio Layer 3 (MP3) OGG Vorbis (OGG, OGA) Resource Interchange File Format WAVE (WAV, WAVE) Windows Media Audio (WMA) ID3 Tags (v1.1/v2)
Nero StartSmart supports text feeds. Rich Site Summary (RSS 1.0) Really Simple Syndication (RSS 2.0) Atom Syndication Format (ASF 1.0)
A buffer underrun is an interruption in the data flow in the internal memory (e.g. of the recorder). A buffer underrun results from an interruption in the data flow to the internal buffer. The buffer continues to deliver data until it is finally empty. When recording, data is fed continuously to the recorder's buffer in order to keep a steady flow of data. If the steady flow of data is interrupted, the media becomes unusable. Most modern recorders have a protective mechanism against buffer underruns.
Compact Disc-Recordable is a technology for write-once media. The Orange Book standard defines the storage of audio data and other computer-readable data.
An image refers to a single file on the hard drive that contains the image of a complete disc. A disc image can be used to create exact copies on media at a later point in time if problems occur during the write process or if no recorder is connected to your PC. The image requires as much free space on the hard drive as the contents of the original disc take up.
On-the-fly refers to a method for copying to a disc. The data is transferred directly from the original storage location to the disc to be burned. To do this, Nero uses a compilation, a small file that simply refers to the transferred data.
Music Audio CD
Batch Ripping.. 23 Burning.. 15 Copy tip... 28 File format for ripping. 35 Identify with Gracenote.. 23 Obtain metadata.. 23 Ripping.. 20 Select burn speed... 35 Verify disc after burning.. 35 Audio CD.. 13 MP3 Jukebox Disc.. 13 Nero AAC Jukebox Disc.. 14
Configuring.. 36 Display interval... 36 Nero feed.. 36 Subscribing to a newsfeed.. 36
Identify with Gracenote.. 23 Obtain metadata.. 23 Save to hard drive... 20
Audio CD..13, 15 Data disc.. 12 Enable Image Recorder.. 36 MP3 Jukebox Disc.. 13 Nero AAC Jukebox Disc.. 14 Select burn speed... 36 Set options.. 36 Starting the program.. 7 Versions... 5 Work overview.. 5
Quick task.. 10
Conventions, manual.. 5 Copy
Copy a disc... 26 Copy method.. 28 Select burn and read speed. 35 Simulate burn process.. 35 Verify disc after burning.. 35 With only one drive.. 27 With two drives... 27
Audio Burning.. 13 Burn Data Disc... 11 Copy Disc... 25 Rip Audio CD.. 18 Start screen... 8
Burning.. 12 Select burn speed... 35 Verify disc after burning.. 35
Data.. 32 Knowledge Center... 34 Music.. 30 Tools... 33 Video - Photo.. 31
Gracenote.. 19, 23
Image Recorder.. 36
Manual, conventions.. 5
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Selecting a task.
Select what you would like to do by moving the cursor over the menu item. As you move your cursor over an item, an explanatory text will appear next to it.
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 to know where you are and what you need to do, each screen comes with a name and a brief description. In addition, 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 perform different actions. These buttons allow you to quickly undo or redo the last performed action. 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 12 Content Screen 14 Creating and Editing a Disc Project 17 Saving a Project 22 Burn Options Screen 111 Creating Covers and Labels 14
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.
Project Creation and Management 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 in the extended dialog box displays its current 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 13
1. Connect the digital or analog capture device to the PC using the corresponding cables and
switch it on.
2. Select the Capture Video to Hard Drive option from the Start screen.
The Capture Video screen and a window is displayed. The window recommends the
Native capturing choice.
3. Select the capture device in the Capture device drop-down menu.
The capture device may be in Camera mode or in VCR mode. In Camera mode, the video signals are continuously transferred from the capture device to the PC, and you can view the current video signal in the preview area. In the case of a DV video camera, everything in the picture area frame of the video camera is displayed in the preview dialog box. A TV card is always in Camera mode as there is a constant video signal coming in and there is no way of pausing, rewinding/fast forwarding or restarting the video signal. In VCR mode, the video already exists on tape (or another medium). To capture that video you need to insert the tape into your video device and play it back. You can also rewind/fast forward through the whole tape to play back specific scenes. Digital video cameras can be set to either Camera mode or VCR mode. Please check the manufacturer's instructions on how to do this. Analog video cameras are automatically in VCR mode. Depending on whether the capture device is in Camera or VCR mode, some buttons are not available.
4. Choose between the Native capturing and Custom capture template option buttons in
the upper right section of the window.
Capturing Videos from Cameras and Other External Capture Devices Native capturing transfers the video without losing information during conversion in the format specified by the capture device. The Native capturing option button is selected in the default settings. Capturing with Native capturing is recommended.
5. If the Custom capture template option button is selected:
1. Select the required format in the drop-down menu. The Profile drop-down menu appears in the Details area. 2. Select the desired Profile. The output file settings are displayed in the Details area under Output File. 3. If you want to adjust the detail settings, click the Configure button. A window is opened. 4. Make the required detail settings and click the OK button. The output file settings are adjusted.
6. If you use an analog capture device, start the playback on the capture device.
If you are using a digital capture device and it is in VCR mode, control the tape using the buttons. You will see the current scene in the preview area. You can scan the tape of your DV/HDV camera in advance. A thumbnail of each scene is displayed. Here you can select the required scene for your capture. Clicking the button opens the Pre-scan capture window.
Double-click any file to open a Preview window in which you can pre-trim the item into subclips and view metadata information such as the storage path. See also Video Editing Screen 37
4.1.3 Effect Palette
Some of the functions mentioned here are restricted or not available in the Essentials version. You can always upgrade your Essentials version at www.nero.com to get the full version with all the functions. The Nero Video TransitionPack 1 is available as a single add-on or with the Nero Creative CollectionPack 1 which is included in the Nero Multimedia Suite Platinum HD and Nero Video Premium HD. If you have Nero Vision Xtra or the standard Nero Multimedia Suite installed, the Nero Creative CollectionPack 1 including the Nero Video TransitionPack 1 is not part of Nero Vision. You can always obtain the Nero Multimedia Suite Platinum HD, Nero Video Premium HD, the Nero Video TransitionPack 1 or the Nero Creative CollectionPack 1 at www.nero.com. All transitions, as well as audio, video and text effects are available on tabs of the Effect Palette in the upper right area of the Video Editing screen. The categories of transitions and effects are listed on the left of each tab. See also Video Editing Screen 37
4.1.4 Properties Palette
The Properties palette in the upper right of the screen shows the properties of selected or highlighted objects you dragged and dropped to the content area of your project from the My Media palette or Effect Palette. The specific properties of the single transitions and effects are displayed here and the basic effects of pictures, audio clips, and video clips are listed by default. Some of the functions mentioned here are restricted or not available in the Essentials version. You can always upgrade your Essentials version at www.nero.com to get the full version with all the functions. If you want to edit an object you dragged and dropped to the content area, it has to be selected and the timeline slider has to be positioned on the clip. Otherwise, all setting options on the Properties palette remain gray. The following basic effects are available: Audio Level Standard audio effect that allows you to adjust the audio volume of a respective clip. Available for audio and video clips only.
Editing Videos Sets the position of the anchor point of the clip. You can either choose a predefined position by activating one of the Corner buttons on the right or select your own position in the input fields on the left. The center point is selected by default. Available for video clips and pictures only. Positions the clip at the desired position or sets it horizontally or vertically centered. You can also position a selected clip in the preview area in the upper left of the screen. Available for video clips and pictures only. Scales (enlarges or downsizes) either the whole track or selected key frames by entering the desired percentage into the input fields. The Fit to screen button is enabled by default; you can disable it for scaling. The lock is closed by default, horizontal and vertical scale can only be adapted proportionally. Click the icon to unlock and give different values. You can also scale a selected clip in the preview area in the upper left of the screen. Available for video clips and pictures only. Selects the level of rotation by the number entered in the Rotation input field: positive for clockwise and negative for counter-clockwise. You can also rotate a selected clip in the preview area in the upper left of the screen. Click the lower left corner of the preview frame and keep the mouse key pressed while you drag it to the required level. Available for video clips and pictures only. Adapts the transparency either of the whole clip or - with the help of key frames - of defined positions. Available for video clips and pictures only.
Additionally, you can easily drag and drop more or optional effects from the Effect Palette to a clip. All additional effects are listed below the basic effects in the lower area of the Properties palette. If multiple clips are selected in the content area of your project, the same effect is assigned to each of the selected clips and listed in each clip's respective list of effects on the Properties palette. Effects are rendered top to bottom. You can modify the order of optional effects per drag-and-drop function. Clicking the button at the left side of any effect's headline expands an extended area
which shows the respective effect's setting options. You can adjust these individual properties. The following setting options are always available: Button / Enables or disables additional effects temporarily. If you activate the button for one of the basic effects, it will be performed in its default setting (e.g. Opacity = 100%).
Editing Videos Select the check box to add a key frames track for the respective effect below the respective main clip on the Timeline tab in the content area. As long as you haven't chosen individual key frame positions on a track, the effect settings are valid for the whole clip. Once you created single key frames, effect settings are valid for chosen positions. A single key frame at the start and at the end of the clip is always added by default. You can add, select and/or delete single key frames with help of the controls. (Only available when the Use key frames check box is selected.) Click the Create key frame button to add a key frame to the chosen timeline slider position. Click the Go to the next key frame/Go to the previous key frame buttons to select the key frames on the timeline. If you click the main button again, a highlighted key frame is deleted (Delete key frame). Additionally, you can choose from three interpolation methods. The Linear interpolation method sets a constant alteration rate from single key frame to key frame; this method is set by default. The Bezier interpolation method sets a smooth step-up from key frame to key frame that softly fades away. The Hold interpolation method abruptly changes to a chosen value without gradual transition. Removes the effect from the item in your compilation. Not available for basic effects.
Check box and controls Use key frames
Only one transition can be applied to a video clip or picture at once. If you drop a second transition, the first transition is replaced. Clicking the button at the left side of any transition's headline expands an extended area which shows the respective transition's setting options. You can adjust these individual properties. The following setting options are always available: Button / Input field Duration Buttons Alignment Button Delete Enables / disables a transition temporarily. Displays and defines the duration of the transition. The duration is set to one second by default. Defines if a transition is aligned more to the left (end at cut), more to the right (start at cut), or if it stays centered between two clips. A transition is centered between two clips by default. Removes the transition. You can also press the Del key on your keyboard to delete a selected transition from your compilation.
1. Click the Transition tab on the Effect Palette.
The categories of transitions are listed on the left of the tab.
2. Choose a desired category of transitions on the left of the tab.
The transition types of the selected group are displayed.
3. If you edit your compilation in the Storyboard view of the content area, drag the desired
transition from the Effect Palette to the respective placeholder between two clips. Media files with transitions are identified in the content area by a colored icon. Media files without a transition are indicated in the content area by a gray icon.
4. If you edit your compilation in the Timeline view of the content area, drag the desired
transition from the Effect Palette onto the respective clip.
The transition is added in front of the selected file in the content area. You have inserted a transition.
4.2.10 Editing Transitions
Transitions can be used to link the individual video clips or pictures that were added to a compilation. Some of the functions mentioned here are restricted or not available in the Essentials version. You can always upgrade your Essentials version at www.nero.com to get the full version with all the functions. The following requirement must be fulfilled: The desired transition is added in front of a selected file in the content area of the Video Editing screen. To edit the properties of a transition in a project, proceed as follows:
1. Select the transition in the content area.
If you want to simply remove a selected transition, press the Del key on your keyboard.
2. Click the Properties palette. 3. Click the button at the left side of the transition's headline.
An extended area is expanded which shows the respective transition's setting options.
The duration is set to one second by default but it can be adapted to your specific needs.
4. If you want to adapt the duration of the transition, insert the desired length into the
Duration input field.
A transition is centered between two clips by default but it is possible to move it.
5. If you want to change the alignment more to the left (end at cut) or right (start at cut), click
the respective button in the transition's headline.
6. Adapt the respective transition's settings in the expanded area to your requirements.
The changes are adjusted in the content area. You have edited the properties of a transition in your project.
4.2.11 Adding an Effect
You can overlay the added video titles or pictures of a compilation with effects. Depending on the selected effect, you can customize properties such as intensity and speed. Some of the functions mentioned here are restricted or not available in the Essentials version. You can always upgrade your Essentials version at www.nero.com to get the full version with all the functions. The following requirement has to be fulfilled: The desired files are displayed in the Video Editing screen. To add effects to your compilation, proceed as follows:
1. Click the Effects tab on the Effect Palette.
The categories of effects are listed on the left of the tab.
2. Choose a desired category of effects on the left of the tab.
The effect types of the selected group are displayed.
effect from the Effect Palette to the respective video clip or picture on the timeline.
The effect is added to the selected file in the content area. Media files with effects are
indicated by a FX icon on the Storyboard tab. All additional effects of a clip are listed below the basic effects in the lower area of the Properties palette. You can customize the specific properties of the effects here.
4. If you edit your compilation in the Timeline view of the content area, drag the desired effect
from the Effect Palette to the respective video clip or picture on the timeline.
The effect is added to the selected file in the content area. All additional effects of a clip are listed below the basic effects in the lower area of the
Properties palette. You can customize the specific properties of the effects here. A Master Effects track is also available on the Timeline tab. Effects applied to this track are always rendered to the resulting video output of all tracks. To add a master effect, simply position a desired effect on the Master Effects track (like you would add any video clip to the timeline) and customize it like other effects.
You have added effects to your compilation.
4.2.12 Editing Effects
Some of the functions mentioned here are restricted or not available in the Essentials version. You can always upgrade your Essentials version at www.nero.com to get the full version with all the functions. The basic effects of video clips, pictures or audio files and the additional effects you added are customized the same way. The following requirement must be fulfilled: The desired files are displayed in the Video Editing screen. To customize the properties of single effects, proceed as follows:
1. Select the file with the respective effect you want to edit in the content area. 2. Click the Properties palette.
The list of basic effects and all additional effects added to the file displayed. Effects
are rendered top to bottom, you can modify the order of optional effects per the dragand-drop function. As long as you have not chosen individual key frame positions on a track, the effect settings are valid for the whole clip.
3. If you want to create single key frames that will only enable the effect settings for those
positions that were chosen: 1. Select the Use key frames check box in the effect's headline. A key frames track is displayed below the respective main clip on the Timeline tab in the content area. Additional controls are displayed next to the check box on the Properties tab in the media area. 2. Position the timeline slider on the timeline and click the Create key frame button to add a single key frame. The key frame is displayed on the key frames track. 3. Repeat the previous step to add more key frames. If you want to delete an existing key frame, select the respective key frame and click the Delete key frame button. Use the buttons to the left and right (Go to the previous key frame / Go to the next key frame) to navigate from key frame to key frame.
4. If you want to (temporarily) disable an additional effect in your compilation, disable the 5. Click the button at the left side of any effect's headline.
option button left of the effect's name in the headline. Enable the option button once more to activate the effect again.
An extended area is expanded which shows the effect's individual setting options.
6. Adapt the respective effect's settings in the expanded area to your requirements.
1. Move the timeline slider to the desired position on the timeline. 2. Click the Record Audio button.
The Audio Recording Settings window is opened.
3. If you want to change the storage location or need to change the device settings for the
audio input, make all preparations for the recording now.
4. Click the OK button.
The recording starts.
5. Record your speech.
You can see the recording time in the lower right of the progress window.
6. Click the
button to stop recording.
A window informs you about the successful creation and saving of the audio file.
The record is added to the timeline. You have recorded an audio comment and added it to your project.
4.2.15 Creating Chapters in Timeline
You can manually add chapters to the content area of your compilation. You can edit and rename chapters as well as reposition or remove individual chapter markings. The following requirement has to be fulfilled: The Video Editing screen is displayed. To create and edit chapters, proceed as follows:
1. Position the timeline slider on the timeline and click the Create Chapter Marker button in
the right border area of the Timeline tab. A position marker for a new chapter is displayed above the time scale on the Timeline tab.
2. Repeat the previous step to add more chapters.
A position marker is added for each chapter. If you add chapters between existing
ones, the consecutive numbering is adapted.
3. If you want to move an existing chapter, select the respective position marker and drag it to
the required position. Use the buttons to the left and right (Go to the previous chapter marker / Go to the next chapter marker) to navigate from chapter to chapter. The chapter is moved to the required position. You can move the position of the individual chapter markers within the compilation up to the next chapter mark.
4. If you want to rename an existing chapter:
1. Double-click the respective position marker on the timeline. The chapter name display is changed into an input field. 2. Enter the desired chapter name. The chapter is renamed.
An additional Rename Chapter Marker entry is available via the context menu.
5. If you want to delete a chapter, select the respective position marker and click the Delete
Chapter Marker button. Use the buttons to the left and right (Go to the previous chapter marker / Go to the next chapter marker) to navigate from chapter to chapter.
An additional Delete all Chapter Markers entry is available via the context menu.
You have created and edited the chapters.
Export Video Screen
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.
The following setting options are available in the Linkage area: Drop-down menu Link to Drop-down menu Transition Button Options Defines to which page of the menu the intro video should link to.
Defines a transition for the link, if desired. Opens the Transitions window. Depending on the selected transition you can specify the detail settings here. You can also specify the duration of the transition; a period of one second is selected in the default settings.
See also Customize Tab 91
Menu 220.127.116.11 Button Properties If a button is activated in the compilation area the Properties palette is divided into the Linkage, Appearance, Transformation, Font and Text areas. In Smart3D menus, the Linkage and Transformation areas are not available, the Appearance area is only available for buttons, not for the header or footer. To edit a required item, enable it in the compilation area. The highlighted area is identified by a red frame and sizing handles. You have three options when editing a Thumbnail button to set the focus. If the focus lies on the entire button, it can be moved or adjusted proportionally in size. If the focus lies on the text item of the button, the length of the text field can be adjusted and moved within the button. If the focus lies on the text in the text item, the input can be edited. In Smart3D templates, the focus lies on the entire button. Buttons, headers and footers cannot be deleted in Smart3D menus; additional objects cannot be added or moved. They also cannot be adjusted in size. The position marks of the headers and footers are used to simplify editing and are not visible in your menu later on. Even if you do not use headers and/or footers, they need not be deleted. The Linkage area is only available in Advanced Editing.
The following setting options are available in the Linkage area: Drop-down menu Link to Drop-down menu Transition Button Options Defines where the button should link. All available destinations of the project (video title, all chapters and slide shows) are displayed in the drop-down menu. Defines a transition for the link, if desired. Opens the Properties window. Depending on the selected transition, you can specify the detail settings here. You can also specify the duration of the transition; a period of two seconds is selected in the default settings. Manually specifies the numbering of the buttons. Nero Vision automatically numbers all the buttons of a template. The number is not displayed in the editable text field of a button. When you edit the menu and reposition buttons, Nero Vision maintains the numbering. Any adjustment to the text (e.g. font) is automatically adopted. If a button is assigned a different number (A), Nero Vision automatically assigns the number that is now available (B) to the button with the number (A) that has been selected for the new assignment.
Drop-down menu Button number
Menu The following setting options are available in the Appearance area: Specifies what is displayed on the thumbnail of the button: video title, still of a video or picture. If the Display Title or Display Picture option has been selected, clicking the Options button opens the Select Start Position or Select Poster Frame window. If you select the Picture file option, a window automatically opens in which you can select the required picture. Specifies the numbering of the buttons displayed on the template. Only the numbering, text on the button, or number and text can be displayed. Nero Vision automatically numbers all the buttons of a template. The number is not displayed in the editable text field of a button. When you edit the menu and reposition buttons, Nero Vision maintains the numbering. Any adjustment to the text (e.g. font) is automatically adopted. Defines the style of numbering. If the check box is selected, the button is given a shadow. Clicking the Options button opens the Shadow Settings window. You can customize the shading according to your requirements.
Drop-down menu Display
Drop-down menu Text numbering
Drop-down menu Format Check box Apply shadow
The following setting options are available in the Transformation area: Input field Pos. X Input field Pos. Y Input field Scale X Input field Scale Y Defines the horizontal position of the marked object in the compilation area. Defines the vertical position of the marked object in the compilation area. Defines the width in percent. Buttons can only be adjusted in Nero Vision in the lock aspect ratio. If the value is adjusted, Scale Y automatically adjusts. Defines the height in percent. Buttons can only be adjusted in Nero Vision in the lock aspect ratio. If the value is adjusted, Scale X automatically adjusts. If the check box is selected, the Scale X and Scale Y values of a graphic object (i.e. width and height in percent) can only be adjusted in the lock aspect ratio. If a value is adjusted, the other value automatically adjusts. Buttons can only be adjusted in Nero Vision in the lock aspect ratio.
Check box Lock aspect ratio
Menu Input field Opacity Input field Rotation
Defines the opacity of the button.
Rotates the selected item.
You can customize the font and size of the text in the Font area. In Smart3D templates you can enter an individual title for your buttons in the Text area or enter required text in the header and/or footer. In all other template categories, the following drop-down menus are available in the Text area: Text Color Horizontal alignment Vertical alignment See also Customize Tab 91 18.104.22.168 Properties of Graphic Objects If a graphic object is activated in the compilation area, the Properties palette is divided into Appearance and Transformation areas. To edit a required item, activate it in the preview area. The outer highlighted area is identified by red sizing handles. With the aid of the focus the entire surface can be moved or adjusted proportionally in size. In addition green nodes point on all polygon standard formats (and with lines) mark the corners. All polygons can thereby be edited as well in that individual node points are marked simply by clicking them at which point they can be moved or deleted. New node points can be inserted at any place by a double-click. A surface object must consist of at least three points; a linear object of at least starting and end points. The following setting options are available in the Appearance area: Drop-down menu Fill color Drop-down menu Border color Drop-down menu Line thickness Defines the fill color of a graphic item. Only available when the focus is positioned on a standard form (drawing item). Defines the color of the margin/frame of a graphic object. Only available when the focus is positioned on a standard form (drawing item). Defines the thickness of the margin/frame of a graphic object. Only available when the focus is positioned on a standard form (drawing item). Defines the color of the text. Defines the horizontal alignment of the text: centered, left or right. Defines the vertical alignment of the text: top, middle or bottom.
4. Select the Recording Settings option.
The Settings for recording dialog area is displayed.
5. If you want to burn the project directly to the disc without temporarily storing the disc
structure on the hard drive first, select the Use Burn-at-once check box.
6. Click the Burn button in the lower right of the screen.
7. Select the desired folder for the image file in the Location drop-down menu. 8. Enter the desired file name in the File Name input field and click the Save button.
format and then burned as a disc image. The priority determines how much computing power is assigned to the burn process. Normally, you should not change this setting.
9. If you want to change the priority of the capturing process, select the relevant entry from
10. If you would like your PC to shut down automatically after successfully burning a disc,
activate the Shut down computer when finished check box.
11. If you do not want to save a log file for the burn process, click the No button. 12. If you would like to save a log file:
1. Click the Yes button. 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 written a disc image and can now burn the project again or save it, start a
new project or create covers and labels. See also Burn Options Screen 111
Writing to Hard Drive Folders
The following requirement has to be fulfilled: The Burn Options screen is displayed. To write a project as a folder to the hard drive, memory stick or SD card proceed as follows:
1. Select the respective option from the Set the parameters for burning selection list, e.g.
Write to Hard Drive Folder.
The Choose a location for the project window is opened.
2. In the folder tree, click the folder where the files are to be saved and then click the OK
button. The Write button appears in the window in the lower right corner.
5. Click the Write button.
format and then written as a folder to the target folder. The priority determines how much computing power is assigned to the process. Normally, you should not change this setting.
6. If you want to change the priority of the write process, select the relevant entry from the
9.2.1 General Tab
The General tab is divided into the Video mode and Nero SmartEncoding areas. In the Video mode area, the color transmission system is defined specifically. This guarantees that videos can be displayed on the existing playback devices. The following entries are available in the drop-down menu: PAL NTSC Selects the PAL video mode, which is used in Europe, as also in Australia, South America, and many African and Asian countries. Selects the NTSC video mode, which is used in extensive parts of America and some East Asian countries. Automatically sets the correct video mode for the selected country. [Country] If you are unsure about the video mode that is used in your country, select your country from the country list.
Configuration And Recording Formats The following options are available in the drop-down menu in the Nero SmartEncoding area: Disable Deactivates SmartEncoding. Video and audio material which is already compatible with the target format is still re-encoded. Determines automatically whether video and audio material is reencoded. Nero Vision checks, among other things, how much space is available for the project and then determines which compatible segments are re-encoded. This entry is selected by default. Activates SmartEncoding. Video and audio material which is compatible with the target format is not re-encoded. This saves a lot of time for large-scale projects, so that you achieve your goal much faster.
Nero SmartEncoding is available for video files that use the AVC codec only for encoding the AVCHD-compatible source format into the AVCHD target format. See also Recording Format Options Window 120
9.2.2 [Disc Format] Tab
On the tab of a respective disk format the video options can be customized within the scope of the profile play. A click on the Save As button opens the window with the input field. Here the individual profile settings for further projects can be stored under your own name. The following setting options are available: Drop-down menu Video format Drop-down menu Aspect ratio Defines the video mode. This guarantees that videos can be displayed on the existing playback devices. Defines the desired aspect ratio. The entry Automatic that automatically recognizes the aspect ration for every title on the basis of the starting material is selected by default. Please note that only experienced users should change this setting. Drop-down menu Sample format Progressive - Uses the progressive or full-screen procedure in which actual full pictures are used for generating the picture. Interlaced (top field first) - Uses the interlaced or line jump procedure, in which a picture is made up of two separate half pictures, and transmits the top half picture first.
The following keyboard combinations are available in the Edit Menu screen: Alt. Gray Marks a selection of items that can be clicked in the preview and the compilation areas. Items can be deleted from the selection by repeated clicking. Marks a selection of items that can be clicked in the preview and the compilation areas. Items can be deleted from the selection by repeated clicking. Displaces a marked item (when moving the mouse) in distances of horizontal or vertical grid positions. Zooms in or zooms out to the original position in the view of the menu in the preview and compilation areas. Changes the mouse pointer into a hand cursor with whose aid desired areas can be moved into an enlarged menu page in the visible area of the compilation area. Only available when the visible compilation area is enlarged (Zoom in). No item may be selected at the same time for text processing. F2 Changes directly into the text processing of a marked item.
Shift Mouse wheel
Bit rate refers to the amount of data (binary digits) that is transmitted within a time unit (generally 1 second), i.e. in bits/s. The higher the bit rate, the better the image quality.
Disc format defines the the format in which the data is organized on a disc. For example, the disc format DVD-VR is only supported by and can only be used with DVD-RW and DVDRAM discs. For example, Video CD (VCD), Super Video CD (SVCD), miniDVD and (if supported) HD-BURN can be burned to CD-R and CD-RW disc formats. The technical options available, such as subtitle or multiple sound tracks, are a factor of the disc format.
(Default) Video Options window. 120 Abbreviation.. 128 Ad Spotter.. 38, 57, 66 Adding a text effect. 75, 77 Adding chapter.. 20 Adding files.. 15, 18 Adjust track.. 45 Advanced editing. 91, 92, 101, 108 Advanced menu editing7, 88, 94, 97, 100, 101 Analog video.. 24 Anchor point... 42 Animated preview.. 41 Application settings.. 118, 119 Aspect ratio.. 121 Audio device properties.. 27, 31 Audio Device Properties.. 24 Audio files.. 65 Audio inputs... 27 Audio level.. 41 Audio recording. 38 Audio settings.. 31 Audio source.. 27 Audio track.. 48, 49 Autorun.. 96 AVCHD. 15, 23, 121, 123, 127 AVCHD camera. 23 Background music.. 49, 65, 104 Background rendering. 119 Background videos.. 95 Basic effects... 41 Bezier interpolation.. 43 Bit rate.. 122, 123 Book type.. 113, 114 Burn image.. 111, 115, 126 Burn label screen.. 114, 115, 116
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