I am on 5.5 and have been working at this for too long, but I have been trying to create a motion menu - I tried dynamic link into AE to try and reveal/animate the buttons at the end of my :45 video (created in PP) - I was then going to loop the menu, but AE would not recognize the file (it would not populate when I double clicked). I then simply tried to create a motion menu in Encore, which works, but the moment I add a button I am no longer able to preview the motion menu video....note - I am starting w/ a 'blank menu hd' as my template vs. using a prebuilt template. Also, I attempted to loop my menu to have it play 'forever' but when I populated the timecode of where I wanted it to loop is simply froze the video at that point - making the video into a still.
Any help would be greatly apprecited, but I've got to crash so i won't see it until the am.
once again I apologize...
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Thanks - I checked and you are correct - the mistake I made was when I first imported the video into the menu it played w/o rendering - in fact, when I tried to render the video I was unable to do so. I assumed it was because I had already renedered the video in Pro prior to bringing it into my Encore project. What I've leared is that each time you make a change in your menu you need to render the motion video - which when you think about it makes sense.
I will try and use dynamic link to bring this into AE - maybe now it will recongnize it as a proect w/ layers.
Thank you again.
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