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I was wondering why :angry: every time I open PhotoShow5 my resolution changes from 32 to 8 and if I try to change it back while burning a dvd it makes no difference. The dvd is so distored.

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what resolution are you talking about?

 

As for distorted DVD, have you tried to update the driver for your video card?

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what resolution are you talking about?

 

As for distorted DVD, have you tried to update the driver for your video card?

 

 

As a follow up question, are you viewing the PhotoShow program full screen while making a DVD? Where do you see the numbers 32 and 8?

 

Just to get some more information, right click on your desktop and select Properties. Then select the Settings tab. Please let us know what you see in the Screen Resolution box.

 

 

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As a follow up question, are you viewing the PhotoShow program full screen while making a DVD? Where do you see the numbers 32 and 8?

 

Just to get some more information, right click on your desktop and select Properties. Then select the Settings tab. Please let us know what you see in the Screen Resolution box.

I see it in my properties, settings. When I open the program, it flickers and so I know it has changed, so I go there and that's what it shows 8 instead of 32. I change it back, but does not stay changed to burn the dvd. And to your question about viewing, I just do it the way it comes up when you go to burn a dvd, I don't change anything.

 

what resolution are you talking about?

 

As for distorted DVD, have you tried to update the driver for your video card?

Everything is updated. I have checked this. When I burn pictures from Kodak program, there is no problem in the resolution. As far as I know there is only one resolution(in your properties, settings), so do not know why you are aking me what resolution.

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I see it in my properties, settings. When I open the program, it flickers and so I know it has changed, so I go there and that's what it shows 8 instead of 32. I change it back, but does not stay changed to burn the dvd. And to your question about viewing, I just do it the way it comes up when you go to burn a dvd, I don't change anything.

 

 

Everything is updated. I have checked this. When I burn pictures from Kodak program, there is no problem in the resolution. As far as I know there is only one resolution(in your properties, settings), so do not know why you are aking me what resolution.

 

 

PhotoShow 5 does not have a Properties setting inside the program. On the start page there is a Preferences link. This allows you to set the Playback Quality Setting to either High or Low. However this does not affect DVD burning, only playback in the program.

 

Please take a 'screen shot' of the screen in question. This will allow us to see the behavior you are experiencing. Here's what to do:

 

1. Make sure that the problem is visible on your monitor

2. Press the "PrtScrn/SysRq" key, which is usually in the upper right hand corner of the keyboard

3. Open Microsoft Word or Paint to a blank document.

4. Click on the blank page and then type Ctrl+V to paste the image into the Word or Paint doc.

5. You should see a "snapshot" of your screen appear in the document.

6. Save the document on your desktop.

7. When you reply to this post, attach the image to post using the attachments section of the response page.

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PhotoShow 5 does not have a Properties setting inside the program. On the start page there is a Preferences link. This allows you to set the Playback Quality Setting to either High or Low. However this does not affect DVD burning, only playback in the program.

 

Please take a 'screen shot' of the screen in question. This will allow us to see the behavior you are experiencing. Here's what to do:

 

1. Make sure that the problem is visible on your monitor

2. Press the "PrtScrn/SysRq" key, which is usually in the upper right hand corner of the keyboard

3. Open Microsoft Word or Paint to a blank document.

4. Click on the blank page and then type Ctrl+V to paste the image into the Word or Paint doc.

5. You should see a "snapshot" of your screen appear in the document.

6. Save the document on your desktop.

7. When you reply to this post, attach the image to post using the attachments section of the response page.

 

 

PhotoShow 5 does not have a Properties setting inside the program. On the start page there is a Preferences link. This allows you to set the Playback Quality Setting to either High or Low. However this does not affect DVD burning, only playback in the program.

 

Please take a 'screen shot' of the screen in question. This will allow us to see the behavior you are experiencing. Here's what to do:

 

1. Make sure that the problem is visible on your monitor

2. Press the "PrtScrn/SysRq" key, which is usually in the upper right hand corner of the keyboard

3. Open Microsoft Word or Paint to a blank document.

4. Click on the blank page and then type Ctrl+V to paste the image into the Word or Paint doc.

5. You should see a "snapshot" of your screen appear in the document.

6. Save the document on your desktop.

7. When you reply to this post, attach the image to post using the attachments section of the response page.

 

I cannot find anywhere in here to put the attachment you are asking for. I have it saved to my desktop as you asked to do

Edited by Chiquita99

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I cannot find anywhere in here to put the attachment you are asking for. I have it saved to my desktop as you asked to do, so let me know where I am to attach it to.

Also like I told you, the resolution changes from 32 to 8 when I open PhotoShow5. You asked what does show in the resolution, well this is what I trying to tell you, it shows 8, and when I go out of the photoshow it goes back to the normal(32).

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Not imagineshack.com, but rather imageshack.us like gaper1 pointed you to.

 

If you have your printscreen key enabled, you can capture the image via printscreen, upload the image to imageshack.us and then link to that image in your next post.

Edited by Syrallas

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