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Eliminating Menu Before Actual Video


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Brand new to NXT 5 after couple years with much earlier Roxio Creator (don't recall name, not an NXT). With that one, eliminating the prefatory menu was simple; made desired opening direct to movie no problem. Found suggested solution when erroneously went to NXT 4 group. Is elimination of that menu possible on 5? If so, please make it simple enough a 77YO low-tech dinosaur can follow. :unsure: Thanks, I hope.

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In order to not use a menu in MyDVD you would need to go back to an earlier version of MyDVD.

 

In NXT 5 MyDVD When you go to MyDVD, (Create DVDs) select "Advance Mode" and then select a Theme and then Tree Mode You have the option to change the menu name and other not useful options.

 

Sorry.

 

Now an option - use Video Copy and Convert, Select DVD or blu ray as appropriate (along the topslide), select the quality and "Save file to" Select disc image (ISO file). You can then use "Burn Disc Image" to burn you project to a disc. Remember where the disc image is stored.

 

Answered by a 75 year old medium tech dinosaur -- but with experience ! Let us know if you want some screen shots.

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Thanks, Digital Guru. Seeing this as I return from waaaay too much rich food at family gathering. Know my mind's even less acute than usual, so will save this project till sufficient sleep has ensued.

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Thanks again and with more reason, Digital Guru. Got my relatives headed back home and my marauding deck critter to desist the destruction, then was able to settle in with your suggestions. Especially grateful for finding the conversion options, after finally realizing that all my no-audio woes came when using .avi or its conversion to .mpg; only .wmv files had been successful. After 2 conversions and successful burns to DVD, I believe I've found a routine that satisfies my needs. :mellow: God bless.

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