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When play the video I just made with iMovie and iDVD on my DVD player, the actual movie starts. I need to press the Menu button on my remote for the awesome menu screen to some up. Is there a way to fix this?

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I depends where you drag your movie to when authoring in iDVD.

If you go into the map view there is a drop zone where you can drag your movie to play when the disc is inserted. I'm guessing that's where your movie is.

Can't give you exact details of what's where as I'm not in front of my mac at the moment. Have a look around the map view. If you can't find a solution post back and i'll check my mac later.

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thanks, I remember now that I did put the movie in front of the menu.

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