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  1. I emailed a photoshow to myself to ensure it was ok before sending to friends. As the previous post mentions I can hear the music but the screen is black. I can view this photoshow on the same PC when I play a DVD that I burned and also when I "watch" the show through my account.

    Does this still mean that my computer does not have the correct vido codecs ( I am uninformed enough to not know what this means)?

    Thanks for any suggestions.

  2. Again, I thank you for problem solving strategies. I will try your suggestion of leaving Wondershare video editor out of the mix.

    I did experiment with an AVI video file from a photoshow completed 5 years ago (this file works in that photoshow and was not clipped with Wondershare). My present photoshow could not add that AVI file to the show.

    I will consider uploading my video file to yaa.im. if I can decifer how to accomplish this task.

    Thank you for the assistance

  3. You are so kind to keep encouraging me with my family photoshow. I have version 6 of photoshow. Because my video clip from my Nikon camera was over the 50MBs. I bought Wondershare Video Editor and downloaded it to my PC. I created 3 video clips of approximately 10 M each.

    Using the Roxio photoshow on my desktop version I tried to download the clips but then a text box message said the file could not be downloaded ( no reason given).

    Now that I look at the properties of the video files I believe that I see what is is wrong with the file: Apple Media.mov


    the Wondershare Video Editor saves the file as an Apple Media mov file. ...oh my...I thought that mov files worked no matter what. is the problem that mov files only work on a Mac not on my PC?

  4. Thanks for the info that the photoshow is broken for burning your own DVD. Thanks also for the idea of using the thumb drive in a smart TV...that works fine.

    I still wanted a DVD to play in a DVD player so tried burning a DVD using Imgburn. The resulting DVD would only work in the computer not the DVD player. Disappointing.

  5. I believe that my problem might be related to this topic. I have used photoshow previously and have been pleased with the resulting DVD burned on my computer that played in the DVD players displaying the show on a TV. It was easy. Now when I view the share page of photoshow I have to export the files first and then burn the files to a DVD. The resulting DVD can only be viewed on a computer. It is not compatible with a DVD player. This is disappointing as the TV viewing of a show is so wonderful.

    Has photoshow changed? I believe my version is 6.00