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When you pop in a Hollywood DVD, and the opening segment is unable to be paused or fast forwarded, it is because the playback controls are disabled. To do this in DVD Studio Pro it is very simple. Either a Track, Menu, Story, or a Slideshow can have this functionality.

 

motion_playback_controls_disabled.gifFor a menu, you need to be in the Advanced tab within the Menu Inspector. Then click the Disable All button. This will cause the movie playing in the menu to be unaffected by any button on the remote control. The same thing can be accomplished in a Track, or Story by clicking the Disable All button in the User Operations tab in the Inspector. To make a Slideshow forced, you will need to be in the Advanced tab in the Inspector, and change all the Remote Control options to not set. After the movie you do not want the viewer to have control over plays, you will want to have it end jump. Usually when it has been a first play, the end jump will be to the main menu.


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