When you insert a commercial program disc it will often start automatically with a graphical menu that lets you make choices like installing a program, displaying a web page, viewing documentation or information material and so on.
Building these discs and menus manually is a lot of work and requires programming skills - and even if you have the skills it takes a long time.
Ashampoo MyAutoplay Menu takes all the work out of building Autoplay discs with a simple point-and-click interface. And it includes CD and DVD burning so that you can create your finished discs without leaving the program.
- Build your own CDs, DVDs or USB thumb drives that run on insertion - include any programs or content you want
- Create a multi-page interactive user control interface that runs as a stand-alone application or displays in a web browser
- Includes CD/DVD burning functions with Ashampoo`s advanced disc burning technology
- User-designable splash screen for automatic display
- Add background music or sounds that play once or loop while the menu is open
- Add buttons for navigation and functions (switch between menu pages, start programs, open files and folders, display web pages, send email, quit etc.)
- Advanced graphical menu editor with background images, images, buttons, geometric shapes, text, circular text (text on a curve), tables etc.
- Live preview function - test the finished menu directly with full functionality before building
- Acquire images: Load images directly from a scanner, camera, Windows clipboard, the Internet, files or other sources
- Selection of predesigned themes and button layouts for your menus, splash screens and buttons
- Animated transitions between menu screens
- Use your own icons for the program and the disc/thumb drives
Platform Windows XP
Operating Systems Windows XP,Windows Vista,Windows 7
System Requirements Computer:<br> Any computer that runs one of the above operating systems at a reasonable speed, graphic adapter min.resolution 800 x 600 and 16-bit High color Recommended for best performance: DirectX
Date added 7 Apr 2010
Last Updated 23 Jun 2011
Tags Multimedia, Grafik, Desktop-Publishing, burn