You're not listening! You are saving in the wrong format. I think you're saving as 32-bit BMP. It must be 24-bit BMP for MuxMan to mux correctly. There are several ways to tell if you're doing it right.
- Right-click on the BMP file, select Properties/Summary tab, look at Bit Depth value. Is it 24 or 32 or some value?
- View the MuxMan created VTS_01_1.VOB using DGIndex. Can you see the menu? If not you're doing it wrong.
- Import the MuxMan VOB as a project, just like you did as shown in ok.jpg, can you see the menu? If not you're doing it wrong.
- When you "Replace with still", a Select frame window appears. Can you see the image when you select the right Pool #? If not, you're doing it wrong.
I converted your dream.jpg to 24-bit BMP using Paint (comes with Windows), converted it to VOB using MuxMan. Voila, I see the image. If I convert to 32-bit BMP using Photoshop (Paint does not have this option), then I see a black image like in option 3 as I stated above.
What you are describing is a motion menu. You cannot simply change the text using Paint Express, and still retain the video playing in the box. You must use a different software, like Adobe Premiere, if you want to retain the video. But this is more trouble than it's worth as you probably not used to the software. It's better for your friend to correct your email and reauthor the dvd again for you.
If you don't care about the video in the box, then you can change your email using Paint Express. "Replace with still" will do just that - a still menu with existing music.