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  1. I'm creating slideshows with wav soundtracks and using the Export to Youtube function. The upload completes, but often, when I watch the video on youtube, some of the image frames appear as a black screen. If I re-upload the same slideshow, the same thing happens, but on different frames! Watching the preview from within videowave does not have the same issue - the videos play perfectly. Any ideas? Thanks! Bob
  2. Good question sknis. On investigation and reflection I may stick w/ std ed, It looks lie there's a blu-ray authoring plugin for that edition too. The other add'l features don't much relate to my usage. I've had various editions of Roxio stuff going pretty far back. NXT about maybe 8-10 months?
  3. Thanks malatekid, I did see that. There's an "upgrade from" list that doesn't include Roxio NXT. I just hoped there'd be a cheaper upgrade since I already own NXT.
  4. Is there an upgrade available? Can't find on Roxio site. If so, how and how much?
  5. I'm creating slideshows with wav soundtracks and using the Export to Youtube function. The upload completes, but often, when I watch the video on youtube, some of the frames appear as a black screen. If I re-upload the same slideshow, the same thing happens, but on different frames! Watching the preview from within videowave does not have the same issue - the videos play perfectly. Any ideas? Thanks! Bob
  6. bpowell

    How To Open Saved Slideshow

    I get the dialog box where i can pick the application (exe) as there is no file association to either the dmss or dmsm files Seems way more involved than it ought to be, no?
  7. bpowell

    How To Open Saved Slideshow

    I only have a dmss and dmsm file. No dmsd. When i did a Save from Slide Show Assistant, it created the dmss. I am baffled why it would do that but then not let you re-open it!!
  8. bpowell

    How To Open Saved Slideshow

    As I said, there's no existing File association so no app opens. Do you know the .exe name for the Slide Show assistant? BTW - thanks for helping out with this!
  9. bpowell

    How To Open Saved Slideshow

    If I right click (in Explorer) I get a context menu, including Open and Open With. There is no file association for this extension and I'm not sure what app to select if I choose Open With,.
  10. Sorry if this should be obvious, but I used Slideshow Assistant and created a slideshow then used the Save Project option. I see a .dmss and .dmsm file but cannot find anywhere that I can :"Open:" a saved project to edit. The NXT home screen has an Open Project option which is associated with a different file extension Thanks!
  11. Jim and Sknis, thanks so much for your input. I really appreciate the support! I am going to try the repair process as suggested and will report back. As far as moving resources, I don't think so (didn't move the source files or any of the application)
  12. I did do my project in My DVD. I think it links to videowave to trim, which I do perform, then I click a button labeled "return to MyDvd" before saving the project.. My issue is only on Re-open of projects. Selecting a specific project to reopen, or choosing "Open Last" generates the error message. It's really consistent. I've repeated the add/edit/save/burn cycle with different source material, and get the runtime exception after exiting and restarting Nxt and attempting to reopen those projects. A real PITA as i like to try out the disk in the actual home system for a final tweak review and almost always see something I want to change,
  13. All I see are DMSD files. No DMSM files nor are there any DAT files
  14. Yes, can create new project, add movies, burn w/o problem. Just cannot re-open. (These are AVCD projects). Running under XP SP3 which I didn't mention earlier.
  15. Attempt to open last project in MyDVD Unhandled exception occurs Debugger shows unhandled exception at 7c9101b3 in videowave14.exe at 0xC0000005 Access Violation writing location 0x789e892a
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