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    How can I transfer extant Photoshow files to Picasa?

    Did you know that all your Photoshows are in your Picasa folders? It's a lot of work to re-download them, but they are extant. Better hurry up. My Photoshow folders are disappearing from Roxio Photoshow day by day. Doesn't Corel have it within its power to solve the flash player problem in Roxio Photoshows if it so chooses?
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    How can I transfer extant Photoshow files to Picasa?

    Reactivating Roxio Photoshow: Download Google Chrome. Then find Photoshow sign in and enter the email address you have used and the password as well. You will find that this gesture reactivates your Roxio Photoshow.
  3. A member stated that Corel revived his photoshows. Is that a serious report? I was able to reanimate PS by using Chrome as a driver and was able to sign in username and password. For one day. All signs of progress had vanished by nextmorning.
  4. I finally followed advice and, using Chrome, was able to sign in and enter my password. But that was for one day. Now I'm trying to retrace my step and determine what element I have forgotten - in less than one day.
  5. That's it. All I want to do is be able to drag and drop or otherwise transfer Photoshow images to Picasa.
  6. My Photoshow extends to 2023, but it is inoperable due to Roxio pulling the plug on Adobe flash player. My guess is that this is due to a dispute with Adobe. What can I do with inoperable Photoshow?
  7. I need to convert files downloaded in .mp3 to .m4a. Surely there is a Roxio program which will help me do this, isn't there?
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    Archiving Roxio Photoshow

    All things considered, my perception that I needed Photoshow 5 to archive non-audio, non-captioned images from my Roxio Photoshow (6, for example), is wrong. Just move over in opened Roxio Photoshow to right side and click. That nullifies audio and everything but the image you have edited. Then you can move around the images into the order you wish, and make a new Photoshow out of your slides. PS: All the bells and whistles Roxio includes are unnecessary, and in fact a distraction. Is this all about the slides you have taken or the Roxio mussic,captions, etc? I vote for the first. Keep it simple, which fortunately Roxio Photoshow makes possible.
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    Archiving Roxio Photoshow

    I thought it necessary to ask Roxio for Photoshow 5 in able to archive silent Roxio images, but it is not show. Already downloaded Roxio Photoshows can be easily archived for storage by just moving to the right side of the Roxio Photoshow file and clicking there. This stops all Roxio bells and whistles, meaning the move cancels all audio and graphic software and preserves just the image for storage (and later possible use in another configuration).
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