the first lesson you will learn how to analyze your source video,
ensuring AviSynth will be able to decode it properly, and also formulate
a plan for making any changes which may be required. In most cases this
will also involve creating an index, which is a sort of map to the
contents of a video.
the second lesson you will learn to use MeGUI's AVS Script Creator tool
to provide instructions for loading your source video and performing
any required processing. This may include resizing video to the desired
resolution and either deinterlacing or bobbing interlaced video to make
completing Lesson 10 you should be able to create a single frame video
file for use as the background for a Blu-ray still menu. You will also
be able to extract a video frame as a regular still image file (such as a
PNG or JPEG) and how to convert those common files into single frame,
Blu-ray compliant video streams.
lesson will teach you the basics of making your own buttons for Blu-ray
menus using the free image editor GIMP. It also includes tips on how to
add elements necessary for a functional Blu-ray menu to a still image
and assemble a mockup so you know what your menu will look like before
you start the authoring process.