Premiere Elements: Remove Menu Chapter Marker Limit

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Premiere Elements 9 (and I understand 10 also) has a menu marker limit of 25. Previous versions of Premiere Elements did not have this limit. Please remove the limit or increase it to 200. Thank You.
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Is there some way to get around the menu marker limit in Premiere Elements 9? I need to make videos with more that 25 menus items. This was not a problem with earlier versions of PE.

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Premiere Elements Menu Marker Limit.
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Premiere Elements 10 imposes a limit of 25 chapter markers. This is frustratingly restrictive and almost makes it unusable for my purposes of archiving family video. Please bring back the 99 limit of earlier versions !!

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Premiere Elements 10 imposes a limit of 25 chapter markers.
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I refer specifically to DVD chapter markers, which Premiere Elements implements as SCENE markers. 25 main MENU markers is plenty but but many more chapter (SCENE) markers are needed.

Ideally an new type of 'Chapter' marker (as opposed to 'scene') needs to be added to allow more DVD chapter markers to be inserted without affecting the DVD menus at all.

I am trying to archive hours of family videotape onto DVD and want to be able to chapter mark each change of scene to allow easy skipping to the next scene while viewing. 25 chapters in two hours of footage is frustratingly insufficient. Why reduce software functionality - one usually expects improvements when upgrading from one version to the next :(.
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Premiere elements 10 have 25 scene markers limit, which make it very hard to mark all the scenes while creating a dvd.

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this thread is 8 months old, and still no change.
come on Adobe!
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Alan Skilbeck

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I was using Premier 7, but had problems with the installation. So I moved to premier 10 and for the most part is great. However, I am going through the process of making some DVD's from Family Cine movies and find the limitation of 25 scene/chapter markers a major issue.

Any one tell me a better application rather than Premier 10? I am looking to move unless Adobe fix gthe problem.

Thanks