I love movies but can't stand waiting in line, people talking in theaters, and the cost of a movie. This is why I've become a patient person and wait for the videos to come out on DVD.
I also like to make home movies and movie shorts. But I hate the generic DVD menu that's created with software I'm forced to use. I've been using the InterVideo WinDVD Creator that came with my wife's HP computer when she bought it.
Can anyone tell me how those really nice DVD menus are made? The most recent one I've seen that I like is for the TV series NCIS. It shows a short video clip repeating. The video outline is irregularly shaped. The outside of the video area has another photo mosaic along with the DVD menu options...play, scenes, etc...
Can these menus be created with Adobe Premiere or After Effects? Or are they made with some software specifically made for DVD menus? Does anyone know of Open Source software that can create these menus?
Thanks for your help!