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Dvd workshop Would appreciate urgent help - have made a presentation for a funeral in DVD workshop 2 - everything is fine but when it finishes I want it to just stop and instead it starts playing again Many manythanks to anyone who can help JAC

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When you drag the video to the button chosen to use for playing make sure that the playlist for that button only has that video. sometimes if you drag the video onto the button it already has play all content or something like that in the playlist so X out the whole playlist for that button tyen drag your video onto tyhe button and that should work

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There's no such option in Workshop, the only options that reffer to looping are menu loop count where you can set menu looping from 1 to infinite and the add start and loop points under the button menu.

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