I have experienced endless problems with the menus, here's the latest!
All appears fine when previewing, but on the actual discs I've created, the small image (e.g. square, leaf, arrow, heart etc, depending on the style of the menu) that appears next to your selection (e.g. "scenes", "main menu") doesn't appear in quite the right place, e.g. it might not allign with the word as it should. I've noticed this with various templates, so there must be a bug somewhere.
Any fixes? Using mac.
Are you authoring SD (Standard Definition) DVD Projects, and if so, are they Standard 4:3, or Widescreen 16:9?
One should choose a Menu Set that matches the Project completely, or there can be some alignment issues with the elements in the Menu Sets.
Please let us know a bit more, and good luck,
OK, it sounds like you are using the correct Menu Set Templates for your Project already. That takes out many variables.
Can you post a screen-cap of the mis-alignment of the Sub-picture Highlights?
Is this mis-alignment just in one of the Templates, or in several?
The problem is in several templates. I can't actually take a screen capture as the problem doesn't occur when previewing on my mac, only when using a blu-ray player - I'll try and take a pic of the TV screen.
Here are a couple of screenshots. The problem is clearly one of scaling - the amound of misalignment varies at different positions around the screen. I've kinda worked around this by accessing the psd file in Photoshop and shifting the text slightly so that the highlights align better, but it's not perfect, and it shouldn't be necessary - I've been hour after hour trying to put right what Elements has so badly got wrong! How can such a bug as this go unnoticed?????
Also, as has already been suggested elsewhere on this forum, the quality of the menu image is superior on a DVD, agreeing with the comment above that the HD menu is NOT HD.
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