Instead of the workflow you used, bring that menu into your Encore project, then use "edit in photoshop" to modify the menu. That way, Encore will have added the animation.
Since you didn't, just "import as asset" that m2v (or add the Fantasy sky menu, which will add the animation, then delete the menu). Add the animation as background to your menu.
One of us is missing something. lets try again.
1. I exported as you said.
2. I did a "save" and that worked for my existing project.
3. I also did a "Save as" and renamed it & put it in my Library for future
use. and that's where the Animation file no longer is attached. Or in
another words. The renamed "Dance" shows up in my Library. but not with the
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I'm not sure what "export" you're referring to, but no matter, you got it to work.
You must "save as template" to get the background to attach for future use.
What program do I "Save as template". Encore or PS?.
Sorry. Encore. Select the menu in the project panel, then Menu -> Save As Template.
Thanks. & thanks for the steps.
I'll try that when I get back in the office.
It worked... Many Thanks.