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The Simulator in DVD Studio Pro is a great tool for checking your project while you are still creating it.  The Simulator behaves just like a standalone DVD player.  There shouldn't be any question as to how your project is going to look using the simulator.

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You can configure different settings in the Simulator window within the DVD Studio Pro Preferences menu.  For example, you can set the simulator's region code, aspect ratios, language preferences, and playback output options to test for different situations. 

simulator2.gif There are also a variety of ways you can force the Simulator to start at a specific element.  For example, you can Ctrl+Click the element in the Outline or Graphical tab and choose simulate from the shortcut menu.  This allows you to test parts of the project without having all of the elements in place.

There is also the Log Tab that contains a simulation log that provides information on a simulation while it is in progress.  This can be useful when you are trying to work out a problem with your project.


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