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  1. RSMGreg

    Dvd Won't Read

    Tomorrow! Greg
  2. RSMGreg

    Dvd Won't Read

    They are Staples DVD+R, 8x speed. I will check on the firmware update. Greg
  3. RSMGreg

    Dvd Won't Read

    Well, I found the problem. The DVD type. I had brought home a stack of DVD-R which I was using to create the slide shows. I found a sleeve of DVD+R (Video) and they are working just fine. Thanks for your input. I probably would not have thought of the DVD type being the problem. Greg
  4. RSMGreg

    Dvd Won't Read

    Thanks for the response. I have been "playing" around a little more. I am finding the DVD's will play on my PC using Windows Media Player. The HP DVD Player software application can't read the disc. My Bose DVD system can't read the disc. I am running Vista Home Premium. Here is my screen shot. This is perplexing. Greg
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    Dvd Won't Read

    It has been a while since I have been here so I apologize if this has been discussed earlier. I have created and burned a slideshow using EMC10. Everything looks OK but when I try to play the DVD, my DVD players can't read it and My PC can't read it either. I have tried burning slideshows onto several DVD's with the same result. The graphics rendering is set to Software. I have not had this problem in the past, but I have had to reinstall the program several times thanks to a registry cleaner program (I no longer use). Any ideas? Greg
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    Photo Show 5 / Emc 10

    Thanks again. When I have time, I will try it. I like to share pictures, especially of the grandkids! Greg
  7. I am getting e-mails regarding the purchase of Photo Show 5. I already own EMC 10. What are the features in Photo Show 5 that are different than EMC 10? Greg
  8. RSMGreg

    VHS Import Function

    Thank you! I was hoping I wouldn't have to buy a converter but your response puts me in the direction I need to go. Yes, it was a basic primer but I appreciate your thoroughness.
  9. RSMGreg

    VHS Import Function

    This is only my 7th post on the Roxio forum, and the 1st in a long time, so please bear with me. I currently have EMC-9. I see that EMC-10 has VHS tape import/conversion capabilities. I want to understand how this works and the hardware requirements before I purchase EMC-10. I am running Vista. My video card is an nVidia GE Force 7300GT which has an s-video input. I will be trying to copy from an old VHS player that does not have an s-video output; just the 3 RCA jacks. 1. Is it possible to buy a cable that converts the 3 RCA outputs to an s-video and a stereo jack? 2. Is the proper configuration to plug the s-video into the video card and the the stereo jack into the PC input? 3. Does the nVidia GE Force 7300GT support video capture? I realize these may be basic questions for many of you, but this is new stuff for me and I have years of VHS-C tapes that need to be converted. I would rather use EMC-10 for the broader functionality than buy a single use piece of hardware. Thank you for any help you can give me. . . . Greg in SoCal
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    Error 80040207

    Switching to "software" did the trick. Thanks!
  11. RSMGreg

    Error 80040207

    EMC 9 has been working fine until last night. I am getting an "Error 80040207 - Error while encoding Menu". I unistalled EMC9 and reinstalled it. The problem remains. The Roxio Online Help was no help. Anyone have any ideas? . . . Greg
  12. RSMGreg

    Encoding Freezes - nVidia GeForce 6150 LE

    Well, I never would have found this problem with out you folks. I purchased, and installed a GeForce 7300 GT, and am happily burning DVD's. Thank you!
  13. RSMGreg

    Encoding Freezes - nVidia GeForce 6150 LE

    * I updated to DirectX9.0c. * I tried hardware rendering - failed. * I tried software rendering - failed. * I researched the inVidia GeForce 6150 LE - it is a chipset. New video card or some other problem? . . . Greg
  14. RSMGreg

    Can't burn project-what's going on?

    I am only guessing. Your project is 4.65 GB going onto a 4.7 GB DVD. The overhead needed to complete the project is likely more than the available space. . . . Greg
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