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2012? No it does not... :(

 

I use another Authoring program when I absolutely cannot live without that feature ;):lol:

 

Really makes me appreciate Roxio, when a <40 minute production takes it 4 1/2 to 5 hours to render :o

 

Roxio only takes 20 minutes to do the same Project, glad I got the other one USED! :lol:

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I agree with you, Jim, Creator is easy to use, that’s why I’ve been using it even before Roxio purchased it from - which company, Adoptec?

 

However, the thing got me curious are:

 

1) Creator 2009 does support those 2 options. It stops working on Creator 2010 version.

2) Their Support engineers seemed not knowing those 2 options are not supported by AVCHD project. They suggested me to try a few setting, after all failed, and then inform me that AVCHD does not support menu links.

 

Anyway, I need to find a software that can do above things.

 

Thanks

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I agree with you, Jim, Creator is easy to use, that's why I've been using it even before Roxio purchased it from - which company, Adoptec?

 

However, the thing got me curious are:

 

1) Creator 2009 does support those 2 options. It stops working on Creator 2010 version.

2) Their Support engineers seemed not knowing those 2 options are not supported by AVCHD project. They suggested me to try a few setting, after all failed, and then inform me that AVCHD does not support menu links.

 

Anyway, I need to find a software that can do above things.

 

Thanks

 

A lot of the video editors have free trial offers (Roxio does not). Search their web sites on-line; they may tell you.

 

I can do it with one of the programs I use BUT, it is difficult to see which movies is selected. There just is not easy way of telling.

 

Just to clarify. You want to have several movies on the menu so that you can select each one but you also want some (all) of them to go to the next movies and not return to the menu. Is that corrrect? Read thisso we are talking about the same thing.

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Yes, Digital Guru, I'd like to have several movies on the menu so that I can select each one but also be able to play some (all) of them to go to the next movies and not return to the menu.

Any suggestion? :)

 

BTW, your "Read this" link points to many nice screen snapshots. Thanks.

 

I also like to point out that I like Roxio's support team. The responding was quick and they are polite.

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Meee Tooo!!!

 

I develop all of my Animated Menus, Movies & Slideshows in Roxio and output to clips.

 

Then use another Authoring software which does support the End Action as well as a Play All button for BD and output a Folder for the project there...

 

Lastly come back to Roxio's Burn Data Disc to do the actual burning!

 

It is a clumsy workaround and the one thing that really gets me is that it would take Roxio only 20 to 40 minutes to render my project whereas the other software I am using take almost 5 hours to do the same thing!!!

 

You notice no one complains of Roxio being slow anymore... or too fast :lol:

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