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How to Use CDMenuPro to Make Video Business Cards : How to Put All your CD Menu Files in One Folder

How to Use CDMenuPro to Make Video Business Cards : How to Put All your CD Menu Files in One Folder


Hi I’m Mike Purdy for Expert Village and we’re
creating a video business card with CDMenuPro. Now here’s a step that you can’t forget is
especially if your going to put this onto a small CD you want to make sure that your
total number of files does not exceed in this case the 3″ CD 210 mega bites. That’s all
the room you’ll have is 210 mega bites so what you’ll need to do is select the files
that are actually going to be burnt to CD we’ll have the CD icon, we’ll have the CD
start which is the little program that we just completed. And if you have any doubts
over what folder or files your going to need do this, create a new folder and drag all
the files that you think your going to need into that new folder. You’ll need the CD icon,
we’ll need the CD start and then go to that folder and open it up and see what it does
now if it doesn’t play your background music that means you have to drag the background
music into it. If it won’t play your video when you click on video which it won’t this
case you need to drag your video into it. So what you’ll do in this new folder is you
will drag everything that needs to play into this folder and an easier way to see it is
go to view, details and it will give you a list. Here’s the sound folder you’ll need
the sound folder to play the sound CDMenuPro puts all the sound in a sound folder, we’re
going to have our videos that we have created our quick time movie. Now that quick time
movie is pretty big by itself and this window media file that’s pretty big to, now you see
we have three gigs. We’re in trouble that means your going to have to do is something
has to go we got a not put that quick time video on or make it really really small. So
what I’m going to do right now is I’m just going to eliminate it I’m going to cut it
down over here and put it back and so that it’s not in the new folder. Well it’s still
17 mega bites how much space do we have, we have 210 mega bites so thats okay we’re okay
17 mega bites. So here’s a good way to test and see if your exceeding that 210 mega bites
that’s all you can get on a pocket CD if your putting it on a bigger CD then you have a
whole lot more room. So everything in the new folder is going to be burn to your new
CD.

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