Defining menu button routing
A menu’s button routing determines how the button selection subpicture appears to move around a menu as the viewer presses the navigation keys on the remote control.
For example, in a menu with three buttons arranged horizontally across the screen and the leftmost button selected, pressing the right arrow key on the remote control typically moves the selection to the center button. Pressing the right arrow key again moves the selection to the rightmost button, and pressing the left arrow key moves the selection to the left.
DVDit Pro defines each menu’s button routing automatically as you create links and move buttons around. If DVDit Pro does not create the desired button routing, you can define the routing for individual buttons manually. See the following sections for more information: