Vegas DVD Architect - moving chapter points ???

Discussion in 'Amateur Video Production' started by Sanman, Dec 25, 2003.

  1. Sanman

    Sanman Guest

    I edited and rendered a 2 hour video for DVD and authored it using DVD
    Architect. I created chapter points and a Scene Selection menu with the
    four selections for the chapters. Everything was perfect except there was
    an error in my editing, so I fixed it, re-rendered it with the same file
    name and opened the Architect project again. Because of changes I made to
    the video, the chapter points are now a little out of place, so I moved them
    back to their proper places. The Scene selection menu is still using the
    old chapter points, despite the fact that I moved the chapter points.
    Besides re-creating the Scene Selection menu from scratch, which would take
    a while because it is sort of complex, how can I get the links on that menu
    to adhere to the new locations of the chapter points?

    Thanks in advance, and Happy Christmas to the entire group.

    Sanman
     
    Sanman, Dec 25, 2003
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  2. Have you tried to set markers in Vegas (just put the cursor where you want
    it
    and press "M") ?
    You can then use these markers as chapter points in DVD architect. They will
    move along with your editing work automatically (DVD architect will ask you
    to confirm the updated positions each time you open it).
    Martin
     
    Martin Doppelbauer, Dec 25, 2003
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  3. Sanman

    Sanman Guest

    That's good info. I have already rendered the video with no markers, with
    intent to set chapters in DVDA. The chapters that are there need to be
    moved back a bit, but when I do that, the Scene Selection menu still points
    to all of the old chapter points, which are now gone.

    Sanman
     
    Sanman, Dec 25, 2003
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