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Old 11th October 2002, 06:50   #1  |  Link
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A little bit of information on using Scenarist can be found here:

Hi, I thought a little info on Scenarist & ReelDVD might be useful for those of us who wish to dip our toes into the non-Maestro authoring environment, as, indeed, many more people on the forums seem to be doing these days, no doubt spurred on by the IFO-editing utils from our marvellously talented Doom9 members, and by the excellent guide to using Scenarist, by Doom9 himself

Well, here's a little more info:

ReelDVD and Scenarist Specifications / COMPARISONS Table:


(bear in mind that many people choose to author most of their title in the *relative* simplicity of the ReelDVD environment, and then import their scenarios into Scenarist for finalising the more complex aspects of their authoring).

I have now decided that I am going to tackle Scenarist and see for myself how it lends itself to some heavy authoring! (I may be some time.... ) lol

More nice links:


And some ReelDVD tut's:



Arky ;o)

"General Scenarist Troubleshooting:

1) Beware of filenames which are too long or that have similar beginnings. If the name of an object is longer than 22 characters or the first 4 characters of two tracks are identical and you try to delete one of it (as track or as PGC).

2) If you are making a lot of changes to your scenario you may wish to export to a script file and then re-import with a slightly different name"
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