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To access Query Properties (shown in Figure 20-6), select Properties from the Data Manager. These options relate to the individual query and are used to override certain defaults.
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Creating titles in HDMV or BD-J mode requires more extensive tools and processes than for the simple BDAV playback mode. HDMV and BD-J require interactive design, careful planning and execution of a number of skilled operations including compression, multiplexing, graphics creation, authoring/programming and, finally, testing to realize the finished title. The HDMV and BD-J modes of interactive programming utilize the compressed and multiplexed audio, video and subtitle streams. These streams are declared as clips which, in turn, are used to create playlists. The playback of a title, whether in HDMV or BD-J mode, calls on these playlists. The interactive components of the user interface are composed of many graphical elements. The programming and the design steps must work closely together to implement the desired experience of a highly interactive, entertaining user interface. HDMV mode programming is more closely related to DVD authoring in that you are assembling and connecting the graphics elements to define the navigational experience via buttons, interactions, animations and button sounds. Even with HDMV mode, though, there is a higher level of programming available than with DVD. For example, instead of the 16 registers (called GRPMs) that are available for DVD, you now have access to 2,048 registers (now called GPRs) with BD. BD-J Mode programming supports all of the capabilities of the Blu-ray specification including the Bonus View (Profile 1.1) and BD-Live (Profile 2.0) features. Creating a disc using BD-J code is on a difficulty level that is on a par with creating a video game for a game console or writing software applications. Discs created using BD-J can also be complemented with the use of HDMV code. For example, the opening language selection logic, copyright notices, studio logo splashes, trailers, et cetera, could use HDMV mode to take advantage of the fact that HDMV mode starts playing faster than BD-J because the player does not have to first load the BD-J code and graphics. The final step of creating a BD is combining the multiplexed streams and the interactive programming into a master image for replication. Creating the BD cutting master format (BD CMF) image requires specialized software systems. At the introduction of BD, two authoring systems were commercially available, Sonic Solutions Scenarist BD, and Sony s Blu-print. Both of these systems require a major commitment (fast, powerful workstations with licensing agreements that cost in a range in the tens of thousands of dollars plus annual support contracts as well as a steep learning curve). These systems support the entire
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Invoice/ship: Most companies ship products and issue an invoice at the same time. At this point, the accounting system recognizes the order as an account receivable. Use invoice/ship for crediting sales if there is a high rate (over 5 percent) of orders being changed or cancelled between booking and invoice/ship. Installation/customer acceptance: The next step in the purchase process is the installation/customer acceptance event. Major purchases often require a sign-off by the customer before they will pay the invoice. If sales management wants the salesperson involved in customer acceptance, then credit the sale at the point of installation/customer acceptance for sales compensation purposes. Customer payment: The final step in the purchase process is the receipt of the customer payment. Most companies recognize sales credit prior to this point, but for sales environments where customer payment is problematic, waiting until the company is paid before granting sales credit would be prudent. Hybrid: Some companies split the credit with 50 percent credit at booking and 50 percent credit at installation, as an example.
Text is inherited from Control. Next is the Main( ) method, which is declared much like the Main( ) methods found throughout the rest of this book. It is the method at which program execution begins. Notice, however, that it is preceded by the STAThread attribute. As a general rule, the Main( ) method of a Windows program should have this attribute. It sets the threading model for the program to a single-threaded apartment (STA). (A discussion of threading models and apartments is beyond the scope of this chapter, but briefly, a Windows application can use one of two different threading models: single-threaded apartment or multithreaded apartment.) Inside Main( ), a WinSkel object called skel is created. Then, the static method Application.EnableVisualStyles( ) is called. This method enables visual styles (themes) if the operating system supports it. It s not technically necessary in a Windows Forms application, but should be used because it enables better looking controls. It should be the first method called by Main( ). The Application class is defined within System.Windows.Forms, and it encapsulates aspects common to all Windows applications. Next, skel is passed to the Run( ) method, which is another method defined by the Application class, as shown here:
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