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Can you change the length of the music that plays on the menus higher then 20 seconds? I have a clip of music that I would like to add and it is quite a bit more then 20 seconds.

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I don't have such options. All I have is an option to add audio to the menu. I have MyDVD9, it came with a brand new HP laptop. The help file isn't saying more than what I already see on the screen. ("Change menu audio", or "Remove menu audio")

After selecting Remove menu audio, right click the title button. Does it show Edit menu background as one of the options? Select that option. On the Timeline view of the newly opened window, click on the object in the Video track. Copy it and paste as many times such that the total duration of the video track is as long as the duration of the intended audio. Now, add the audio in the Music track. Then press the Back to menu button. Just an expanded version of what was already advised to you above.

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Rachel was kindly thanking Malatekid and reinforcing his suggestion.

 

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Can you change the length of the music that plays on the menus higher then 20 seconds? I have a clip of music that I would like to add and it is quite a bit more then 20 seconds.

 

Yes, delete the orignal music; click to edit your menu background image/video and extend the length to the length of the music; add the music save. Click the menu duration and set that to the length of the music. There are several posts on how to do this; use the search function for more details.

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Yes, delete the orignal music; click to edit your menu background image/video and extend the length to the length of the music; add the music save. Click the menu duration and set that to the length of the music. There are several posts on how to do this; use the search function for more details.

 

 

I don't have such options. All I have is an option to add audio to the menu. I have MyDVD9, it came with a brand new HP laptop. The help file isn't saying more than what I already see on the screen. ("Change menu audio", or "Remove menu audio")

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I don't have such options. All I have is an option to add audio to the menu. I have MyDVD9, it came with a brand new HP laptop. The help file isn't saying more than what I already see on the screen. ("Change menu audio", or "Remove menu audio")

 

That is a limited version and you would not have all the functionality of the full application that comes in the full My DVD or in the Easy Media Creator Suite.

 

You posted to a very old thread. Look at these instructions (link) to see if you can do it. If not, sorry.

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On 1/9/2007 at 6:23 PM, sknis said:

Fixed My Problem, Thanks Loads :D:D:D

Yes, delete the orignal music; click to edit your menu background image/video and extend the length to the length of the music; add the music save. Click the menu duration and set that to the length of the music. There are several posts on how to do this; use the search function for more details.

 

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2 hours ago, rachaelg33 said:

 

Is there a question in your post? This is a 10 year old thread you resurrected

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On 2/3/2018 at 7:51 AM, Brendon said:

Rachel was kindly thanking Malatekid and reinforcing his suggestion.

 

Exactly, I Was, Them & SKNIS, Thanks :)

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