There is no easy way to program your video to loop from a DVD menu. However, most DVD players have a loop setting that will allow you to set your video to replay again and again.
thank Steve. What if I didn't even put a menu on my project,....would that make things easier re: the ability to loop?
I do not know if PE allows pure "looping," without using the hardware Repeat of a set-top player. You can do what you want in Adobe Encore, with a Playlist, that has an End Action pointing to your one Timeline. It will repeat forever, until the user hits Menu, or Stop. You could easily do both a looping and a non-looping version, by just doing two different Playlists, so the user could decide from a Menu, which version they wanted. You would only have your single Timeline (the same Assets), but it could be accessed two, or more, different ways.
Not sure about other DVD authoring programs, but Sony's DVD Architect gets good recs. on this forum. A user of that progarm can probably help you, as to whether pure looping is possible.
PgcEdit can be used to create a looping DVD. However the "tip" regardung this is no longer available. Perhaps RJ Johnston can re-post the instructions.
Thanks for that info. Unfortunately, I do things pretty much the same all of the time, and do not really explore a bunch of other options. Nice to have folk, who know their other programs, especially with questions like this.
I have not used PGCEdit, I know Robert has used it a lot to accomplish a number of DVD authoring tasks that Premiere Elements can not do. You burn to folder from Premiere Elements and then edit the file. Plus the program is free.