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Creating and Editing Chapters Using Timeline

Create Chapter buttonWhen you create a DVD menu, it can be very useful to create chapters for your movie to be able to navigate through it when watching - quickly find necessary interesting moments and skip some. The Create Chapter button of the Timeline Toolbar is used to create new chapters in your movie. Click your mouse to the Timeline Scale and after that the Create Chapter button. A new chapter will be created on the Timeline:

Chapters on Timeline

The rhombus Rhombus shows the beginning of a chapter and the cursor Cursor shows the current position in the video. You can also use the Timeline Zoom Bar to facilitate the navigation through your video on the Timeline.

Remove Chapter button Remove All Chapters buttonTo delete a chapter, select it with the mouse cursor or in the Chapters Page in the Editing Area and click the Remove Chapter button of the Timeline Toolbar. The beginning of the chapter that will be removed will be shown with the red rhombus - Active chapter rhombus. Or click the Remove All Chapters button to delete all the chapters and clear the chapters list.

You can also change the chapter beginning time moving the chapter rhombus on the Timeline to the necessary new position. The mouse cursor will change into a hand - Hand cursor.

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