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Photoshop Backgrounds In DVD Studio Pro

Although DVD Studio Pro comes equipped with some pretty impressive templates to choose from, you can jazz-up and personalize your project by using multiple layered Photoshop files as backgrounds and overlays.

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Choosing A Menu Background From a Layered Photoshop File:

1 Select an existing menu or create a new one.

2 Within the menu inspector, select the general tab.

3 You can assign the PSD as the background by selecting it from the background asset pop-up menu within the inspector or by dragging it into the menu editor and selecting set background in the Drop Palette. The PSD file's layer names will appear in the background area of the general tab.

4 Select the checkboxes that are located next tot he layers that make up the background.

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