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The first part of the DVD-Video zone is the Video Manager (VMG) – a master directory for the data elements on the disc. The Video Manager is followed by up to 99 Video Title Sets, which include the video, audio and graphical elements of each title on the disc. The Video Manager usually contains an introductory clip of video and audio, such as an opening logo, and a title menu that allows for navigation to the Video Title Sets. When the TITLE key on a DVD remote control is pressed, it will take the user back to this TITLE menu.
We will see later how these elemental assets are eventually combined into a single multiplexed stream. These streams containing the material to be played back – the DVD’s presentation data – are referred to as Video Objects (VOB), and are stored in containers called Video Object Sets (VOBS). The question of which object plays back, and when, is determined by a set of instructions referred to as Program Chains (PGCs), which are organized into the navigational structures, called domains, that make up the logical structure of a DVD-Video title.
These are known as system menus and are defined as: Title, Root, Part-of-Title, Audio, Angle, and Subpicture. The Title menu resides in the Video Manager and is used to access Title Sets on the disc. It may be accessed with the TITLE key on the remote control. The Root menu resides within each Video Title Set, and may be accessed with the MENU key. g. g. g. English, Spanish or French). Whenever a system menu is accessed by pressing the MENU’s key on the remote control, the DVD player stores its current playback location.