Varsha is GUI-based, drag-and-drop DVD authoring software. It uses tools such as dvdauthor, mkisofs, and dvd+rw-tools to perform various things behind the scenes. It can make simple static menus right now. It will be able to handle dynamic menus in future. A slideshow feature was added. You can drag-and-drop your digital camera pictures and create slideshow DVDs that are playable on home DVD players.
You can even have multiple slideshows and have a menu to choose which one to play. Menus work now. A white background problem was rectified. The “menu_11.mpeg not accessible” problem was fixed. Menu color updates were made. Colors are still fixed for now, but they look a little better. The default values for UI sizes and divider locations were set. A Motion Menu feature has been added. spumux processing while generating menus has been sped up, and there is some cleanup. This release adds context menus for Menu, Title, SlideShow, etc. The “Divider on Menu” editor stays visible now instead of locking to one side.
A “Validates” file is provided for video background menus. Motion menus are present from 0.63. This release fixes the duplicate “Properties” menu item in the popup associated with MenuItem, fixes the “last character not updating” problem in the menu item editor GUI, adds a button for AutoArrange of menu items (not yet enabled in the code), and fixes the NullPointerException which occurred when the right button was clicked on an empty tree. The directory tree is now sorted.