You can easily record a " first play" video or modify an existing clip with a voice over . You would then specify force first play video to ensure it is played just before your menu page which will then have the selections any time the dvd is inserted into the player
That way the dvd will open up with the first play video( such as you get in commercial dvds showing dolby digital animation sequence or Short video/animation from MGM, Warner etc.) then at the end a voice-over from you saying" what do you want to do?".
If followed by the menu ( which has the various selections) this will achieve what you want. Note that unless you specify what you want at this menu building stage, the selections could either lead to a continous flow to the next clip or go back to menu page after each clip has played. If the clips are not related it may be desirable to allow them finish and return to the menu page but if the clips are related it would mean that the video would only go from start to finish if the play all button is selected.
In DVDWS it is a simple matter of modifying the attributes of the various menu buttons
I put a few software selections in another post replying your wish to get rid of annoying dvd menus made by settop DVD recorders.
What do you currently use? I believe Alan was reffering to Adobe Encore . I was reffering to Ulead DVDWS in reference to the first play video: both mean the same thing : just different ways of getting there.
Do feel free to pm me or write for clarification if you find the above helpful
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