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Description from the Publisher:

ArtixMedia Menu Studio is a development tool, specially designed to help you quickly and easily create a wide range of stunning interactive CD-ROMs, varying from joyful gift CDs for your friends to fascinating CD learning courses and serious business presentations.The program lets you create CD menus and shells, add images and sounds to create multimedia programs and interlink files (pages) between them and the external sources, including the Internet.

If youve ever installed a program from a CD, you probably saw a menu that guided you through the installation process. Now, with ArtixMedia Menu Studio you can create your own auto run shells without any special knowledge of this subject. But the program is even more powerful than that. You can now create your own presentations, slide shows, photo/video/multimedia albums, educational courses, promotional and marketing materials. All of this can be done in a very short time, with no programming experience required. Each registered user receives a free CD, which includes the full version of the program, training program, additional styles, a multimedia files collection, project samples and a set of useful programs for further multimedia processing.

A thoroughly designed interface of the ArtixMedia Menu Studio helps you to create your own Windows applications by manipulating files of various types and formats, so that you can spend your time effectively.

The ArtixMedia Menu Studio creates dynamical and interactive applications because the text, graphics, audio and video information may be featured on separate pages while being linked to each other. The applications may run various external programs such as music players, graphics and text editors etc.

The styles management allows you to choose the most suitable sound environment and the visual gamma for your application, and modify both of them easily, while your application is still in the development stage.

As an example of a possible ArtixMedia Menu Studio use, we may suggest that you offer your users unique CDs, which include a Web-integrated encyclopedia incorporating video, music and graphics information, supplemented with installation files, hyperlinks to your Web-sites and a default e-mailer for sending you the feedback. You may create a music CD, containing, for example, the MP3 files, linked to the Winamp playlists and the songs lyrics, images of the artists, video clips, Web-pages etc.

Working with the program:

ArtixMedia Menu Studio is a visual development tool that has been designed to help the users in creating their own multimedia programs. ArtixMedia Menu Studio enables the users to create quality interactive disks, varying from the CDs intended as presents for friends to the teaching programs and business presentations.

The ArtixMedia Menu Studio application model is very simple. Each application consists of the individual fields, which are called pages. Basically, pages are the blank fields for the information to be placed on. The transitions between the pages are possible with the event processing, which we will discuss a little bit later.

To place the information on a page, to create a connection between the pages, to make the component dynamic or interactive, and to allow the assessment of an application to some other elements of the operational sphere, you require the help of COMPONENTS. They are to be placed on the pages. There are 21 components in the program, which are divided into six groups:

  • Text
  • Graphics
  • Shapes
  • ButtonClassisc
  • ButtonImage
  • Players

The components are closely connected with the concept of events. There are two types of events:

Mouse click on the component
Mouse moving over the component

(Note: event processing is not provided for all of the components)
After an event has occurred (user has moved a mouse over a component or clicked on it), the event processor appears and an application performs the required action. There are two kinds of actions present in Menu Studio:

Action when mouse is clicked on the component
Action when mouse is moved over the component

Here is basically the whole conception of the Menu Studio, which structural scheme looks like this:

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