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    Hi guys,

    I placed a MP3 file as background music for all my DVD menus , using Ulead DVD Workshop.

    But each time I go from one menu to another the MP3 starts playing from beginning. I would like it to play continuously and seemlesly.
    Is there a way to do that ?

    Also, is it better to use WAV files instead of MP3 files ?
    I have heard some people having problems with MP3 , maybe due to the bitrate ?

    Thank´s .
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    Ulead automatically converts the mp3 to wav. Because it is not possible to have mp3 in dvd-video/menus/backgrounds.
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    Hi Baldrick,

    Thank's for the info.
    But how about the main point of my thread, that is,
    how to avoid the background music to restart each time
    I change from one menu to another ?

    Thank's
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  4. I'm not aware of a way to do this. You could have different music for each menu.
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    Anyone else knows how to solve this problem ?
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    Last one , Lamont :

    Hope there is a way of overcoming this problem .
    I think I have read something about it , but just can't find the info.
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  7. Originally Posted by Lula1
    Last one , Lamont :

    Hope there is a way of overcoming this problem .
    I think I have read something about it , but just can't find the info.
    Unfortunately, each menu has it's own music and starts from the beginning when that menu is selected.

    You can use a wav, mp3 and mpeg 1 layer 2 audio file. The mp3 and mpeg1 layer 2 are converted to wav. Unless you are cramped for disk hard disk space I wold use wav.
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