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#1 Dan1956

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Posted 08 July 2013 - 11:54 AM

I had to purchase a new computer with Windows 8. I was able to re-download Roxio Photo Show. It doesn't appear to be the "Premium" version. It does everything except allow me to burn the DVD. My receipt says it is under warrantee until March 2014. Is there any way except buying the Premium package again to get the burning option back? I have tried to contact Corel without much success. Thanks for any help, Dan

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Posted 09 July 2013 - 03:43 AM

I had to purchase a new computer with Windows 8. I was able to re-download Roxio Photo Show. It doesn't appear to be the "Premium" version. It does everything except allow me to burn the DVD. My receipt says it is under warrantee until March 2014. Is there any way except buying the Premium package again to get the burning option back? I have tried to contact Corel without much success. Thanks for any help, Dan


Did you download it from the Members page? I'm not sure that you have a membership or not from your post. Please post a link to where you bought the program.

If the program has everything you need to make the PhotoShow except for burning to DVD, use it to encode the PhotoShow to a wmv or mpg2 file and then use a free disc burning program to burn it to disc. Google for a free program.

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