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Put both projects on the timeline, but put a stop marker at the end of the first project. Add a menu in the normal way.
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Hello Steve and Peter, regarding this question...
is it possible to have say, 3 different projects that I have made.
one say of a roadtrip, one of a birthday, one of a day at the park.
Use the markers as you say, but if you choose to watch the roadtrip one from the main menu and you watch it to the end, an you make the video revert back to the main menu? such as with if you are watching deleted scenes on some dvds where you select each one and after it has finished playing it takes you back to the list of deleted scenes....
sorry for the long winded question.
Yes. That is exactly how stop markers work.
You just put all of your videos on the same timeline and add a scene marker to the beginning of each and a stop marker to the end. After each video segment, the viewer will be returned to the main menu.