Ah, that is sad news, as when reading Roxio's info etc, it said that you should complete projects in your old version before using them in your new one.
To me, this meant that I got my project ready to burn, which I did in the old version, rather like editing a photo in old software in the way you want as you may not be able to edit it this way in the new, but you would be able to print it in the new version as per the old but not make changes to it.
I couldn't go any further in NXT2 after completing the project, it was ready to burn, so by putting this into NXT4, I would have expected to be able to burn like for like, but not to edit. Hope that makes sense.
So basically what is being said is that all older projects I have are defunct and I can never burn them again and have to start from scratch? If so, not happy at all.
Can anyone confirm though please, if they have used NXT3 and successfully transferred projects to NXT3 and have been able to burn like for like with an editable main menu, copy my transitions and stabilisations over?
If not to my above question, has anyone any ideas how I can burn an NXT2 project successfully onto BluRay? The project that I have spent many hours on is important family memories, and is very precious to me?