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Barockteer [Avatar]
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Just upgraded to PD12 - super program!

I can't seem to figure out what should be a very simple Disc Menu Structure. I have two .mpg files I want to put on a single DVD. I want to make a menu that comes up when the user inserts the disk, that just gives them the choice of one or the other (A or B). Whatever I do, I can't seem to avoid having to have the 'Play' and 'Scenes' choices. 'Play' plays the first movie A, but 'Scenes' has to give the choice A and B, in that order, which is redundant to the user.

If I choose 'No Menu', I can't even set up the background scene, fonts, music, etc.

Any help would be appreciated! Thanks,

-Tony
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stevek
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Quote: Just upgraded to PD12 - super program!

I can't seem to figure out what should be a very simple Disc Menu Structure. I have two .mpg files I want to put on a single DVD. I want to make a menu that comes up when the user inserts the disk, that just gives them the choice of one or the other (A or B). Whatever I do, I can't seem to avoid having to have the 'Play' and 'Scenes' choices. 'Play' plays the first movie A, but 'Scenes' has to give the choice A and B, in that order, which is redundant to the user.

If I choose 'No Menu', I can't even set up the background scene, fonts, music, etc.

Any help would be appreciated!

Unfortunately that is how the program works and has worked for many versions. There is nothing you can do about it

BTW, Play should play the videos one after the another or depending on how you set the the playback mode structure (bottom of the mnue page). .
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Jimbo223 [Avatar]
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I don't know if this is against the rules but DVD Lab can do it for you.
It's not a video editor, just a DVD authoring software.
It's VERY clunky, very old but stable program and works on 64bit Windows.
It will handle anything you chuck at it for DVD authoring.
If you need something for Blueray, send me a PM.
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