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New version 1.3 of DVDLab released with Photoshop support

Posted 30 November 2003 18:41 CET by Crabbyappleton

Paddy97 used our news submit to tell us that a new version of DVD lab is available. You can go here to see the major changes between this release and the 1.1 version. He says it's a "Great tool to build very professional menus for your DVDs. Beats most products from Sonic and Ulead in ease of use and quality of output." DVD-lab is built on a very strong developer-like studio model. This has a very good reason. Unlike any other DVD authoring tool of this kind you can actually totally reorganize the interface to suit your needs. All Windows are dockable and un-dockable. (Works with multiple monitors as well). What is beneath is a very powerful multi-tasking engine. This the software will surprise you by its overall speed and light feel. Scrolling through a movie and adding chapters is a breeze. While you compile the movie you can actually do other things, even work on other DVD. It has integrated menu creation, connection module and DVD burning module.It doesn't hide from you advanced aspects of DVD creation yet it covers your back. For example it does Auto-Routing for buttons on menu, but you can switch it off and route the buttons as you like. DVDLab looks like a good compromise between hand holding and more elaborate (and expensive!) solutions. This seems to be a great tool for the creative users among us. DVDLab can be purchased for $ 99 dollars US. This software can be discused in the Video Editing and Software forum. Source: Media Chance
Dee-ehn
Retired Administrator
Posted on: 01 Dec 03 00:31
This is a very nice tool for authoring your own DVDs (especially the functionality to use non-DVD compliant MPEG2 files on a DVD!), but there's no possibility to use multiple VSTs on a single disc (most ppl won't be using that anyway, but it's always nice to have )
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