I have been seeking to resolve this for some time;
In Slideshow Assistant, what is the purpose of selecting "Video CD High Resolution?" This btw is a distortion of the term 'Hi Rez;' the highest rez you can get when you get to MyDVD is 352 x 240 if you select VCD as the disc format.
If, however, you select DVD as the format (in the MyDVD or MyDVD Express screen), you can then choose High Quality from the box on the lower right and/or , from the list on the left of the pane, select "Project Setting" and then High Quality and 720 x 480 resolution. These are the highest settings you can get in this program (please correct me if I'm wrong) and it doesn't matter whether you have transitions or not.
I have been trying for weeks to get photos with better resolution on the tv screen but it can't be done; with or without choosing VCD HiRez, and with or without transitions, special effects, gradient fill etc. Please tell me - what is gained by declining to use transitions? How do transitions effect resolution? And what does the program mean when it says of VCD HiRez: "see your photos at twice the normal resolution?" What is 'normal' resolution?
Is there something I'm overlooking?