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No looping with just Premiere Elements 7, EXCEPT, if the Timeline is not huge and you repeat the Timeline content on the Timeline multiple times. For that matter you could look into the TV's player controls to see if there is a "repeat" button at that level that you could set at playback.
A popular way to get that loop was to burn to folder, not burn to disc, in Premiere Elements and then use the pgedit software to do the rest. The procedure is still listed on the pgedit web site, but the link to the details does not open for me.
I did come across another free software called InfoEdit that might do the job with the Premiere Elements burn to folder route.
Please let us know the outcome.
Thanks. I'll let you know if this works. appreciate the ideas
The following worked PERFECT
"I did come across another free software called InfoEdit that might do the job with the Premiere Elements burn to folder route.
Thank you ATR!
That was great news. Thanks for letting us know the outcome. That pgcedit route has always been the route mentioned in cases of looping the Premiere Elements DVD. So, it is good to know that InfoEdit is a good choice.