Notes on importing files
For performance reasons, all files must be stored on a local drive. DVDit Pro does not support files located on network drives or streamed over a network.
You can mix NTSC and PAL/SECAM video files in the same project. However, you will get better results if the video is the same format as the project.
If you attempt to import video or audio files that are not DVD-compliant (for example, AVI video, or MPEG video that does not meet the DVD-Video requirements), DVDit Pro gives you the choice of either importing the files and transcoding when you burn a disc, or not importing the files. You can set DVDit Pro to always import or always reject such files in the General preferences — see Changing DVDit Pro’s preferences.
Importing a video file does not automatically create a movie. This is done by dragging the imported video from the Palette window to the Titles group in the Project window — see Creating movies. To import a video file and create a movie in a single step, choose File > Add Movie.
You can get information about any imported asset by right-clicking on the asset in the Palette window and choosing Properties from the shortcut menu.