Hierarchical structure of VCD menus
When an item is selected on the menu screen during playback of a P.B.C.-compatible VCD, another menu with more
details items may be displayed. When a number of menus are connected in multiple layers in this way, it is said that
the menus have a hierarchical structure. In this structure, the desired scene can be reached by repeating item selec-
tions on the menu screens.
Example for a hierarchical structure
When an item is selected on the menu screen with the
ENTER (Select) key or the numeric keys, advance is made to
the next lower menu level. When the advance destination
is the "scene" to be played, the contents will be played.
÷ When several menus (scenes) can be selected in each
level, screen switching is possible with the keys ¢
(NEXT) and 4 (PREV.).
Examples of operation keys and indications used during VCD playback
Soft jacket indication
KENWOOD operation key
÷ Depending on the software, the jacket indication may differ from the above.
Each time the RETURN key is pressed, return is made to the
next higher menu.
Set Up functions
First level (menu)
Second level (submenu)
Third level (scenes)