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Content

There are two distinct kinds of visual information on a DVD disc: content and menus. Simply put, the content is the part that you want to watch, and the menu allows you to get there. This description might seem oversimplified a bit, but for the purposes of DVD design, it's important to understand the distinction.

Looking more closely, DVD content can be broken down into two types. The main content consists of the featured motion picture or video—the core material that compelled someone to create the disc in the first place. This is sometimes called the title.


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