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I have accessed MY DVD window. I have changed the menu audio and background. I have added an INTRO MOVIE and 3 more movies - (1) is an INTRO MOVIE which I am using as a temporary movie, as an exercise; (2) is another INTRO MOVIE for the same purpose and (3) is the EXIT MUSIC for the FEATURE MOVIE which will run for 2hr 50mins. I click on the PREVIEW PROJECT button. The VIRTUAL DVD REMOTE appears, together with the menu. The menu audio plays. I then move to the desired movie, using the arrow buttons and then click on the highlighted button, exactly as I would when watching a DVD. The menu disappears but the movie(s) will not play. Why is this, and what should I do to rectify the problem? Hope someone can help. Mike.

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I have accessed MY DVD window. I have changed the menu audio and background. I have added an INTRO MOVIE and 3 more movies - (1) is an INTRO MOVIE which I am using as a temporary movie, as an exercise; (2) is another INTRO MOVIE for the same purpose and (3) is the EXIT MUSIC for the FEATURE MOVIE which will run for 2hr 50mins. I click on the PREVIEW PROJECT button. The VIRTUAL DVD REMOTE appears, together with the menu. The menu audio plays. I then move to the desired movie, using the arrow buttons and then click on the highlighted button, exactly as I would when watching a DVD. The menu disappears but the movie(s) will not play. Why is this, and what should I do to rectify the problem? Hope someone can help. Mike.

 

I don't quite understand what you mean by "Intro Movie". A myDVD project can only have one Intro movie which will play before you see any menu.

 

Why don't you keep your initial project much simpler. Don't fool around with changing menu backgrounds or audio initially. Just use a default menu. Add 3 movies using jpeg images instead of videos. Each of the jpegs should appear as one Title on the menu page. Use High quality as your output, never use fit to disc.

 

Burn to an iso image file and then use VLC (VLC media player, a free utilty) to play the iso file. If this works then you can proceed to expand on your project.

 

BTW, a standard 4.7GB DVD can only hold 60 minutes of video at best quality. You can squeeze on longer video but at reduced quality. I doubt that you can get 2hrs50mins on a DVD and still watch it.

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