This was posted in The Lounge, which is a non-tech-support, not-product-specific forum. I'm moving it to a tech support forum.
In Premiere Elements, you can really pretty much have one or the other: You can have your disc go back to the main menu after each movie or you can have the disc play straight through all of the movies. There is no way to set up the disc with the option to do either.
Sad that it is not possible in Premiere Elements 10
I have a new question.
There is a button on the DVD menu, which should not be used and I want to eliminate it.
How can I eliminate a button on the DVD Main Menu?
I have tried to highlight it and press DELET and right click, but I can not delete button.
Can you help me?
There's no need to delete it from the template.
The button will only appear on your disc's final menu is you've got a Menu Marker linking to it.
Hi Steve, Thanks for your reply.
I created my project only scene marker and an end marker but it button (PLAY) comes up only one without that I have created a main menu marker.
I do not know, maybe the only way is to delete button.
If you have the opportunity to test myself I use template Family Memories button and I want to take away the first, I do not know what it's called in English, in Swedish called Play.
You want to remove the Play button? That's the one button that always shows up on your menu -- unless you edit the Movie Menu template itself.
Why do you want to delete it? It's the button that starts your movie!
Requests for the DVD is to be found a cleat to each part of the movie will automatically return to the main menu, and for that to happen I have to put a stop marker at the end of each part.
The problem with the key that we're talking about playing only the first part and return to the main menu because of the stop marker.
My client requires the following:
1- There should be a button that will play all the parts of his family movie together and a button for each part and then to the main menu.
2- There should be no play button and only one button for each part of his family and then return to the main menu.
He says ... "if you can not do that which is impossible I will employ one else who can do it"
So that's why ....
Can you show me the way to edit movie menu template?
In order to accomplish what you want to accomplish you are going to need to use a dedicated disc-authoring program. DVD Architect is an excellent such program for under $100.