How to Customize Your DVD Menus with VSO ConvertXtoDVD
VSO ConvertXtoDVD is a powerful software that allows you to convert and burn your videos to DVD with professional-looking menus. But did you know that you can also download extra menu templates and modifications to make your DVD menus even more unique and personalized? In this article, we will show you how to find, install and use these extra resources for your DVD projects.
Where to Find Extra Menu Templates and Modifications
VSO Software offers a variety of extra menu resources on their website, such as background images, buttons, audio files and old templates from previous versions of ConvertXtoDVD. You can browse and download them for free from this page. You can also find user-created menu templates and modifications on the VSO Software forum, such as this section.
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How to Install Extra Menu Templates and Modifications
Once you have downloaded the extra menu resources you want to use, you need to install them in the correct folder of ConvertXtoDVD. Here are the steps to follow:
Close ConvertXtoDVD if it is running.
Go to C:\\ProgramData\\VSO\\ConvertXToDVD\\6\\Templates (or the corresponding folder for your version of ConvertXtoDVD).
Add the downloaded file to that folder and right-click on it and select \"Extract\" / \"Decompress\" / \"Unzip\".
A new folder with the name of the menu template or modification will be created.
Open ConvertXtoDVD and go to the treeview or the general settings to select the new menu template or modification.
How to Use Extra Menu Templates and Modifications
Once you have installed the extra menu resources, you can use them to customize your DVD menus according to your preferences. You can access the menu editor by clicking on Edit Menu in the DVD & Menu options that is at the top of the treeview. You will be able to choose between different menu structures and themes, as well as edit each element of the menu, such as text, images, videos, buttons, etc. For more details on how to use the menu editor, you can check this guide.
We hope this article has helped you learn how to customize your DVD menus with VSO ConvertXtoDVD. If you have any questions or feedback, feel free to contact us or visit our forum. Happy burning!
Examples of Customized Menus
To give you some inspiration, here are some examples of customized menus created with VSO ConvertXtoDVD and extra menu resources. You can see how different menu structures and themes can suit different types of videos and projects.
This menu uses the Open Style structure and the Black Mirror theme, with a background video and a custom title. It is ideal for a single movie project with a dark and mysterious atmosphere.
This menu uses the Series structure and the Kid theme, with a background image and custom text. It is perfect for a series project with multiple episodes and a colorful and fun style.
This menu uses the Movie structure and the Classic theme, with a background image and custom text. It is suitable for a single movie project with a simple and elegant design.
How to Create Your Own Menu Template
If you want to create your own menu template from scratch, you will need some basic knowledge of HTML and CSS, as well as a text editor and an image editor. You will also need to follow the VSO Software guidelines for creating menu templates, which you can find here. Here are the main steps to create your own menu template:
Create a folder with the name of your menu template and place it in C:\\ProgramData\\VSO\\ConvertXToDVD\\6\\Templates (or the corresponding folder for your version of ConvertXtoDVD).
Create an .ini file with the same name as your folder and place it in the folder. This file will contain the general information and settings of your menu template.
Create an .html file for each menu type (title, root, chapter, settings) and place them in the folder. These files will contain the HTML code for each menu page.
Create a .css file for each menu type and place them in the folder. These files will contain the CSS code for each menu page.
Create any images or videos you want to use as background or buttons for your menu template and place them in the folder.
Edit the .ini file to specify the name, description, structure and theme of your menu template, as well as the paths to the .html, .css and image files.
Edit the .html files to define the layout and content of each menu page, using HTML tags and variables provided by VSO Software.
Edit the .css files to style each menu page, using CSS properties and variables provided by VSO Software.
Save your files and open ConvertXtoDVD to test your menu template in the preview window or by burning a DVD.
Creating your own menu template can be challenging but also rewarding. You can unleash your creativity and make your DVD menus truly unique. If you need any help or feedback, you can visit our forum and share your work with other users. 0efd9a6b88