Encore Workflow – Create a Blu Ray with encoded material from Adobe Media Encoder
Step one is to encode the file in Adobe Media Encoder to use in your Blu Ray
Launch Adobe Media Encoder
Import the file to compress to Blu-ray
Click on (Yellow Settings) Choose the Export Settings and choose H.264 Blu-ray
Choose to Export Video and Export Audio
Click on the Video Tab
Bitrate settings use the default settings shown here.
You can see Estimated File in the lower left of the Export Settings dialog box
Can also choose the inpoint and outpoint of the file to compress when >Source Range > Custom is selected
Choose Output File and navigate to where to save the .m4v file
Choose the destination for the saved file and click "Save"
Click the Green triangle when ready to start the encode.
While Encoding you can make a menu in photoshop
Go to >File>New
Choose the following settings:
Click on the T icon to type out the Disk contents to create the buttons
You can change the font, size and color at the top of the photoshop page when the "T" icon is selected
In the "Layers" menu Drag the Text layer to the Paper icon to make a copy of it.
Then use the arrow tool to drag it down and type in the next entry. Hold the shift key to keep alignment.
You can have a number of test layers to create buttons in Encore
Choose to save the project. >File>Save As
Choose .psd file and where to save it.
Click OK here
NOW WE ARE GOING TO USE Adobe Encore to Author the Disks
Open a new project and set the Authoring Mode to Blu-ray
Go to >File >Import As >Menu to import the Menu
Choose the Photoshop file to use as the menu
Select all the text entries in the menu with the "Arrow" Selector Tool> Rt. Click and choose to Convert to Button.
To Change the menu color go to >Menu>Edit Menu Color Set
Choose the Color Set to Menu Default
Now you can choose – Which Highlight Group you want to use that you have adjusted in the previous step.
One option available is to select to Distribute the buttons.
Another option available is to Align the buttons
To set the buttons select the button.
Click on Link>
After all the links to the buttons are created then choose to make the Menu First Play. RT. click on the Menu 01 in the bin and select. >Set as First Play.
Preview the disk by selecting the "Disk Preview"
Or click "Shift and Space bar" on keybord
To burn the disk go to File>Build>Disc
Choose the following: