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Hey!

I'm working on a DVD project that contains 2 different videos, Christmas and New Year's Eve.
First I done both slideshows on Imovie, and now I've imported them into IDVD to finish the project, but when the first one (Christmas) ends playing the other one (New Year's Eve) doesn't start automatically, it goes back to the main menu, then I have to select the video and set it to play....
Can it be done automatically just after the first one ends?

Tanks!
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Hubblegc,

Maybe you could just try adding both projects behind each other in iMovie. But that is probably not what you want. The last time i used it (in 10.6 there is no iDVD) I just manually clicked next on the dvd player (not on my laptop).

Not sure if I was of any help.

-Alec
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Hubblegc,

Maybe you could just try adding both projects behind each other in iMovie. But that is probably not what you want. The last time i used it (in 10.6 there is no iDVD) I just manually clicked next on the dvd player (not on my laptop).

Not sure if I was of any help.

-Alec
I've thought about doing so, but if possible I'd like to keep them separated...

Tanks =)
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