ATP DVD Artist - Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. All minor upgrades are provided for free. For example, if you buy version 1.0, all 1.x upgrades are free.
We are currently working on various menu templates. They will be available as a free update.
No, you should keep your drive connected while working on the DVD project. ATP DVD Artist does not copy the actual files to its projects folder; it stores the links to the files on the original drive instead.
Yes, but only up to 1280 x 720 resolution. Support for higher resolutions is currently under development.
No. ATP DVD Artist accepts videos with all frame rates, from as low as 15 f/s to as high as 60 f/s. Output frame rate is always 29.97 f/s (NTSC format) or 25 f/s (PAL format).
Yes, you can create photo chapters, or even mix video and photo files within one chapter. However, photo-only DVDs are not supported. An ATP DVD Artist project must contain at least one video.
Not yet, but this option is already under development.
No. To avoid confusion and to prevent users from accidentally producing poor quality DVDs, ATP DVD Artist always produces DVD in highest possible resolution: 720 x 480 (NTSC format) or 720 x 576 (PAL format).
Yes, as long as the DVD player supports DVD-recordable media. All modern DVD players play DVD-R, DVD+R and DVD-RW media.
No, Blu-ray format is currently not supported.
No. ATP DVD Artist is designed to provide a quick solution, requiring the minimum amount of work from the user. Closed captions support will be available in a high-end software product.