In your Encore Timeline, which will be Play First, just set your End Action back to that Timeline. It will repeat, until the user hits Stop.
Hope that helps,
PS - with the Timeline Selected, look in its Properties Panel for the End Action.
Message was edited by: Bill Hunt - Added PS
Client waiting in next room for DVD .
OK, offer 'em a glass of Cloudy Bay Sauvignon Blanc, and charge my account. You want to burn at less than max, regardless of how many folk are in the next room. I probably go a tad overboard here, choosing speeds like 2.4x, but a moment (and that is really all it is) in the burner can make a difference in playability. And, as you know, so can the choice of the blank media - Verbatim, or Taiyo Yuden have NEVER let me down with now right at 2K discs delivered. Don't use those Aussie Memorex counterfeits... Now, I know that no good citizen of NZ would counterfeit anything.
All done .
Client thinks I am a genius which I didnt deny.
Used Verbatim at 16x.
Dont get asked for DVD very often and looping ..never.
Thanx again Bill.
You are most welcome.
Glad to have been able to help.
Have a Cloudy Bay on my tab...
Most dvd players have a loop setting.
Most dvd players have a loop setting
The guy (my client) at the trade show may never know how to find that control so its easier to make it fool proof in the first instance.
For trade shows, especially if the presenter might have a different machine in each city, the built-in looping is usually the easiest. Also, one never knows the level of expertise of the actual operator, and how well they might handle anything at the hardware end. A looping DVD takes that out of the hands of an untrained worker.
Good luck, and hope that your DVD both functioned perfectly, and that your client made a bunch of new sales or clients.