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Yes, it does work. Once the Load Disc Image option is selected, my system prompted me that a new hardware was found. Then a dialogue box says I need to restart the system - I chose not to restart. The disc image (iso) of the home video I made played fine in VLC but no audio in both Cineplayer and Corel WinDVD.
I can also browse the files inside the image file. The DiscImageLoader14.exe is the driving program.
Since you have Creator 2011, a way to get back the Cineplayer is to install Creator 2011 in your new clean hard drive and then install NXT over Creator 2011.
From what I know, CinePlayer is replaced by WinDVD in Creator NXT. That version of WinDVD does not play commercial DVD movies. However, if you install NXT over Creator 2012, Cineplayer from Creator 2012 will be retained.
I usually get email notification but I don't keep track if I get notification in every post that I should be getting notification from.
It doesn't hurt for the poster to try the suggestions of myguggi and myself.
I was thinking of photos (still images) only when I posted that. Sorry I overlooked the fact you're discussing video clips (which the topic title alone already suggest it is about video clip). My bad.
Feel free to delete my post above.
I haven't done it in NXT but my workaround in prior versions of Creator was to start adding a new slideshow. The slideshow wizard will put the pictures in the order you select the pictures. Then there is a stage where Slideshow will ask if you want to edit(?) in Videowave. Say yes then save it as a Videowave production. You now have a Videowave production with photos in desired order.