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  1. I used Expressburn to add chapter markers to one long video. But the menus I have tried (downloaded) do not have a button for "Scenes" that would point to the chapters. There are menus that "list" separate videos, but not chapters. Can you point me to a menu that has or can add a button for Scenes?
  2. Very happy using VideoPad to make chapters! I am able to skip through chapters in both the ISO file and the final DVD. But there is no menu, no fancy Themes to use. ExpressBurn has the fancy themes but setting chapters is difficult... (up to 6 seconds error factor on location! see my previous posting). So new question: is there any way to take the output from Videopad (with chapters) and move it back to ExpressBurn to add a theme? It appears this is not possible, so to use themes AND chapters i must do both in ExpressBurn... which takes me back to my last posting asking for tips on set
  3. I feel dumb for not clicking on the file. OK, Manage Chapters window is open... I am concerned about this instruction: Add Here you will add a chapter at the current point shown in the video preview window. Remember it will actually be added to the nearest valid point so it may not be added at the exact frame shown in the window. In Express Burn dragging the red cursor with the mouse is imprecise: I find the first "appearance" of a scene, but it jumps 6 seconds from the last visual picture of the previous chapter. Is the first "appearance" of a scene the first frame? or might i e
  4. How do I manually create chapters? Correct me if i am wrong: In ExpressBurn, I cannot add chapters to break up a single clip. I can only add chapters to clips if there are multiple clips. Right? Today i downloaded ExpressBurn, dragged a home mp4 movie into it, and it correctly reported "1 chapters set." The "Manage Chapters" button is greyed out I presume because there is only video clip = 1 chapter. So I tried VideoPad: again dragged in the mp4, then moved the clip to the project line. I found this in Help: You can click on the timeline to preview the movie and find the
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