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MyDVD-Limit to only 999 pictures in a slide show?

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Hi,

 

I'm using MyDVD within Creator Pro 2010. I've been working on a Wedding DVD with almost 1300 pictures.

It has music, and intro and of course menus.

 

When I opened my saved project this morning, I got a message stating that I have more than 999 pictures in the slideshow and it needs to be corrected.

 

My question is: Does the software really only limit a user to only up to 999 pictures or is that based off the blank DVD setting that is chosen? Right now the default is 4.7gb which of course I will be burning to a DL +R

i'm trying to stay away from splitting the project between 2+ disks

 

Thanks for any help.

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You suggest that the show is 4.7GB---Forget that. What is the length in "Time" ??

 

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Given that there is limitation of images you can use per slideshow (I couldn't find the post or website link that I vaguely remember having a discussion on this) , why don't just create multiple slideshows using Videowave. Group your pictures in some ways and create a slideshow for each group. Then import all those Videowave productions in MyDVD as separate titles.

 

Even with 5 seconds per picture (no transitions or special effects), you total video time is about 1hr 48 min for the 1300 pictures.

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Given that there is limitation of images you can use per slideshow (I couldn't find the post or website link that I vaguely remember having a discussion on this) , why don't just create multiple slideshows using Videowave. Group your pictures in some ways and create a slideshow for each group. Then import all those Videowave productions in MyDVD as separate titles.

 

Even with 5 seconds per picture (no transitions or special effects), you total video time is about 1hr 48 min for the 1300 pictures.

 

 

Thanks for info and the advice. I didn't think about that. I'm still new to creating my own DVD's.

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