Adobe Premiere Elements 11 issue with sharing/exporting to Web DVD format

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Adobe Premiere Elements 11 issue with sharing/exporting to Web DVD format: I have an 18 minute video broken up into 20 scenes with audio soundtracks, photos, and text overlayed on eachother in each scene. Unlike the continuous playback I get with a video export that does not have a menu and scenes, this video has a .5 - 1 second pause in the audio and video between each scene. The video is played back in my Chrome browser and pauses each time it calles the F4V files that make up each scene.

I attempted the HD NTSC as well as the SD High Quality NTSC settings and the problem occurred for both the same. I also found other users recently reported the problem at the following thread without a solution posted: http://forums.adobe.com/message/5650326. Please help! Is there a way to export a Premiere Elements video with a menu to web DVD format for viewing on computer/USB without having a .5 - 1 second pause in the audio and video between each scene?
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Figured out a solution... I had my F4V files defaulted to Windows Media Player and was using Chrome browser. When I changed to use iTunes and opened in Internet Explorer it worked (I am running on Windows 8 operating system).