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Old 1 Aug 2003, 04:02 AM   #1
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trying to put a menu with 10 chapters on an imported back ground using dvd labs is there anyway of doing this ?been at it allday with no luck.please can some one help ?so when i put into dvd player i can go anywhere from 1 to 10 into film
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Have you tried the builtin dropdown "Help" menu? It provides step by step information for this procedure...
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im new to all this, have read it allday .done one but it showed the picture i imported and had play on it . but it then brought up another page with menus on.tryig to ge it on one page.please if u can help
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been here?

http://www.mediachance.com/dvdlab/tu...witchmenu.html
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ihave cheers . just want to put menu on my own background.
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what exactly is your problem trying to do so?

i used a background which i created in photoshop before and it worked fine.
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ive done the same used photoshop imported picture but im trying to put menu over the top of it with out any luck?
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without more details further help seems impossible from my p-o-v

i imported the psd as background pic

in ps i created a background and three rectangles (containing additinal graphics)

each of these three squares was being recognised by dvdlab as a seperate *layer* and i was able to link from these three squares to the destination - i.e. three different movies.

on another instance i used a background pic and typed textinfo onto it in dvdlab.
again i linked each line with a particular movie element.

all of that worked fine.

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"ive done the same used photoshop imported picture but im trying to put menu over the top of it with out any luck?"

Hold the "Shift" key while dragging the picture from the "Assets" to "Menu"...
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cheers for all your help .i think ive cracked it now .i had to add still frames to the imported picture.
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"cheers for all your help .i think ive cracked it now .i had to add still frames to the imported picture."

Congratulations on resolving your dilemma ;>}
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