*** Using Adobe Premiere Elements 9
At the Video stage, the only way to make it loop is to Copy the Timeline, and Paste it onto the end.
Now, some Video software players DO have a Repeat feature.
For a DVD, the best method is to use Repeat on the DVD player. PrE cannot authoring a looping DVD, but full-featured authoring programs, like Adobe Encore can do that easily with End Actions, where you would set the End Action of your Encore Timeline back to itself. I assume that programs, like Sony's DVD Architect, can do that too, but do not know for certain.
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I assume that programs, like Sony's DVD Architect, can do that too, but do not know for certain.
Yes, it can.
Thank you for that. I know that DVD Architect gets mentioned here a lot, but have to admit that I have never used it, since Adobe Encore does all that I want, this side Sonic Scenarist.
One day, I'll buy a copy, and a copy of Steve's book on it, just so that I will know these things for sure.
There is a way of doing this post-PRE using PGEDIT and at one time I posted some step by step instructions but can't find them now. In the mean time check out this article which may at least point you in the right direction. http://forums.adobe.com/message/2518188#2518188
I use this process routinely for creating slide shows that need to play continuously.