What version of Premiere Elements are you using and on what computer operating system is it running.
Also, what do you want to do
a. Scene Menu without music at all
b. Scene menu with your own music
Will be back in a flash as soon as I know that information.
I have just deleted my post 2 and have decided to wait for the details requested before offering the best how to for your
Looking forward to your follow up.
Thanks. Got your other posts in my inbox. Sorry I didn't get back sooner I've been kind of busy.
I found a way to "add" a sound file to the background image of the menus, however I still couldn't find a way to have no sound at all, apart from adding a blank WAV or MP3 to the background to override the the default sound. As it happened I needed my own sound file for the menu background anyway so that turned out okay.
For having no sound at all I'll have a look at your other replies and give that a go.
Oh and I have Elements 10 and Windows 7 and want no sound at all in the scene selection menus.
Thanks for the information which has enabled me to fine tune the details needed for the no sound in the scene menu of Performance Star/Premiere Elements 10 Windows 7 64 bit.
Supplemental Information Specific to Performance Star Theme
The background sound (which is the same for this main menu and scene menu) comes from one file named performance_star_bg.mp3 in the (A) Performance Star theme folder. The naming of that file is critical to the matter. Written as is, the file name will dictate that this particular sound will be in the main and scene menus.
If you want the sound for only the main menu, then you remove the performance _star_bg.mp3 from the theme folder and you use a copy of that file which you have renamed specifically to
If you want the sound for only the scene menu, then you remove the performance_star_bg.mp3 from the theme folder and you use a copy of that file which you have renamed specifically to
The path to the performance_star_bg.mp3 is as follows for Windows 7, 8, or 8.1 64 bit
Local Disk C
Program Files (x86)
Adobe Premiere Elements 10
(A) Performance Star
If you want the Adobe sound in the main menu and no sound in the scene menu, then
a. Remove the performance_star_bg.mp3 from the (A) Performance Star Folder (store the original file for future)
b. Have in the (A) Performance Star Folder only the file named performance_star_mm_bg.mp3
I road tested this in Premiere Elements 10 Windows 7 64 bit, and it worked for me. as described.
Looking forward to your results.