And you, of course, must use a menu template that includes a menu marker placeholder on its main menu page.
Only a few do. There are also a number of custom-designed menu templates on the products page of http://Muvipix.com that include marker placeholders on the main menu page. My "Muvipix.com Guide to Photoshop Elements & Premiere Elements 9" includes step-by-step instructions for adding one to any template.
Hi, thanks for your reply.
I guess the point is that I'm not using the right template. It seems that all HD templates
that come with Premiere Elements 9 have a placeholder for only one main menu marker and
because of that Premiere creates a separate main menu for each movie on the disk.
So, as Steve's book is not available outside the US I will check out the templates
Which template are you using and how many main menu markers do you need?
Hi Steve, I'm using for instance the entertainment -> art-in-motion_hd menu which is quite nice.
My disk has 4 movies, so I would need 4 menu markers.
I've modified a main menu HD template for you, and you can download it from this link.
It's about 10 meg, so it may take a few minutes to download.
You don't say which operating system you're using, but this forum posting will show you where you should save this file in either a Windows or Mac machine.
You must save it in the folder Art_In_Motion and either overwrite the current the psd file or rename it so that this one replaces it. It must be in this folder because it will need the other files in this folder to create the disc menu. (You'll of course need to restart Premiere Elements and maybe temporarily replace the menu template selection in your project in order to see the new template.)
Muvipix.com is really a great site full of wonderful helps, tutorials and media files. I highly recommend you check it out.
It's also home to my books -- also well worth checking out.
Hi Steve, thank you very much. This is very kind of you. I will try it out.