- Supported Discs
- Burn Video to Blu-ray
- Program Options
- General Settings
- Advanced Settings
- Movie Menu Settings
- Recommended Software
- Blu-ray Burner
- Free Movie Maker
- Free Video Converter
- DVD Ripper
- Video Downloader
- YouTube Downloader
- YouTube Converter
- Video to Flash Converter
Movie Menu Settings
Movie menu is used for displaying all the HD movie titles in your Blu-ray or DVD disc burnt. You may choose to create movie menu or not, and customize the movie menu instead of using the default settings.
The movie menu created by HD Movie Maker will be like the screenshot below:
Under tab "Movie Menu", there are four setting items in the Movie Menu panel:
Create menu: Click the item and it appears an arrow for clicking. Choose "Yes" to create and customize movie menu, or choose "No" to skip this part.
BG image: Click the item and it appears a button leading to open a folder which saves program background images for the menu in your PC. The image file should be of JPEG, GIF and PNG.
BG audio: Click the item and it appears a button leading to open a folder which saves program background audios for the menu in your PC. The audio could be of MP3, WMA, WAV, etc. You may also specify a video file here, and the program will automatically absorb the audio from the file.
Duration: Click the item and input numbers here to specify the duration (seconds) of the menu.
Title is the title text for the HD movies in your Blu-ray or DVD disc. The title could be empty.
Font: Click the item and it appears a button leading to open a dialog for setting the title font, size, color, etc.
Title text: Click the item and enter the title text for the menu.
Button is the thumbnails of the HD movies.
Font: Click the item and it appears a button leading to open a dialog for setting the font of the button text. This setting will affect all buttons.
Button text: Select a file in the file list and click the item to enter the text for the button.
Playback is for settings how to playback the movies on Blu-ray or DVD disc.
After playing last video: Click the item and it appears an arrow for clicking. Select a playback way when the last video on disc is played completely. There are three options: "Back to top menu", "Back to first video", and "Back to first menu" (the first page).