Q: How do I set a DVD Menu to Loop for a specific amount of time, over and over again with the music also repeating?

 Answer: Firstly make sure you have clicked somewhere blank inside the Menu Screen for your DVD – this will turn controls ON for the Menu in top right corner of the DVD Architect desktop.

For my example, I am setting the Menu to last for exactly One Minute before it Loops back to the beginning.

Step 1

Select General tab.
Set Length to 00:01:00:000

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Step 2

Now select End Action tab.
Set Command to Loop

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That's it !

 

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    Mick Crockford · 10:28 23/06/2016
    I'm really new to Vegas Pro 12/ DVD Architect Pro 6 with first time purchase of both. Struggling to finish a graduation video for my grand daughter. I have the tracks all prepared and it plays well in Vegas Pro 12. I have gone both ways rendering all together and then separately as your Youtube clip recommends. When I bring into DVD Architect the video then audio clips in they are completely independent. You show clicking the video and both start up. Mine do not start at all without using timeline controls? Ant comment appreciated. I have until Sunday!!
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      Derek
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      · 15:33 23/06/2016
      Hi Mick
      Did you read and watch this tutorial here ?
      https://www.moviestudiozen.com/free-tutorials/dvd-architect-studio-50/532-how-to-render-video-dvd-bluray-menus-sony-vegas-pro
      To [b]Preview[/b] your DVD Architect project [i]after[/i] you have imported all your media, press the [b]PREVIEW[/b] button in top menu options. This is the correct way to preview and see if everything is working.
      If you have seen me double-click videos [b]inside the project[/b] and viewing them on the DVDA timeline, this has nothing to do with previewing the project. I only do this when adding chapter points.
      Please read over the tutorial I linked for you. You only have to import the Video files and not the Audio files. Audio will automatically be imported for you. You MUST make sure your video and audio files were given the exact same name and saved to the exact same folder, when you were rendering in Vegas Pro.
      If you need further help with this, I suggest you post this in the Movie Studio Zen Forum, where there is more room to answer.
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        Mick Crockford · 23:48 23/06/2016
        Thanks, That helped a lot. I got a little further and now have a 'Main menu' and 'Play All button'. My video is one clip long and I have scene markers but can't figure how to coordinate the "year buttons " with a particular marker?
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          Derek
          • Moderator
          · 12:55 24/06/2016
          If you right-click your Video file inside the disc tree menu on left side, select [b]Insert Scene Selection Menu[/b].
          Then drag [b]Scene Selection (Menu 1)[/b] onto the Menu screen you want to use. This creates a link. When this link is pressed, you will then see individual thumbnails for each Scene/Marker point.

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