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  1. It is possible that there is something screwed up in your project. 

    To find out, download the free copy of Cyberlink's Power2Go and try burning the bluray.  The trial has all the nice features of the premium version for about 15 days so you should have the capability to burn the blu ray.  Since this is a free program, it is permissible to post the link to it.  You can remove it after this test.

    If it burns, then we have to look further into the capabilities of Roxio's burner.  If it doesn't, there may be issues with your discs, your burner, your computer, etc.


  2. It was an option in earlier versions but when Corel added it to NXT 7 they deleted that option.  We told them but they didn't listen.  If you look at the options in the Corel version, it says it can be done but no one knows how to do it in NXT 7 version.

    Try the free version of Cyberlink' Power2Go to create a disc with no menu.  It has a 30 day full trial then it reverts to the basic program which still my be good enough for you.

    Create you slide show using Roxio and then convert it to the format you want. Add that to Power2Go


  3. 1 hour ago, ROBERT JACKSON said:

    I have bought a new Lap Top and what to move my Roxio NXT6 over from my old L.T. can anyone help Please.

     

    A couple of questions first

    1) Did you buy the program or did it come with the old computer?
    2) Do you have the program disc?
    3) How many times did you reinstall the program on the old computer?
    4) Did you register your program?

    5) Have you signed into your account to look and perhaps download the program?

     


  4. 13 hours ago, Brendon said:

    Cdanteek, Redwagon, Sknis,   (and anyone else who tries it)  in case it helps to solve this, would you each tell me if you're using 32- or 64-bit Windows, and if your Videowave sound plays okay with the attached clip?  - I'm in Windows 10, x64, and get loud random noise but good video.

    Thank you, Brendon.

    64 bit here.  I downloaded the video but perhaps I automatically converted it.  Here are the properties.

    2019-09-28_6-56-49.png.8a2e7845c7e7ebb54f87cdd9e19d2f9d.png

    064A0F05-61B7-40C3-8704-5752CFAC3FA8.SNAG


  5. Turn off you antivirus (disconnect from the internet if desired), turn off all other running programs including any system tools (registry cleaners) and do a repair on the program.  Do not do a reinstall because you have a limited number of installs.

    If that doesn't fix it, please post a dxdiag.exe evaluation on your computer.  It will tell us a lot about the health of your computer.  there is no personal information other than the name you give your computer.  My son calls his the POS computer.


  6. 16 hours ago, juno said:

    In an old Creator program I could create multiples of the same video clip on one screen.  Since this old Creator does not load on Windows 10 I upgraded to Creator NXT PRO 7, but I cannot find this old feature of creating multiples of the same video clip on one screen.   Any suggestions ?

    Have you tried the Multicamera Feature in Video Wave?  I'm surprised that you couldn't do it the old way. 


  7. Which MyDVD, the new one or the old one?  What version of the program do you have - a NXT version or an older version like Creator XX?

    The answer is yes to your question depending on the answer to the above. Instead of making a new template, select one that you like and modify that.

    edit: Never use your actual e-mail address on any forum or you will end up getting a lot of spam.


  8. None of the audio tools in NXT have the tools you need.  

    As you probably know, voices are a blend of frequencies and therefore it is very hard to separate one from the other.

    A suggestion is to download the free trial version of "GoldWave"  and try that program. Most of the other programs i'm aware of have been discontinued.

    Good luck.


  9. This is now a longer thread than what it need to be.  Yes, you can edit the video file to remove those sections relating to the images.   Start witht he vob files that you have taken off the disc and put it in VideoWave timeline.   You would then have to cut out the image and  insert the image you want in that place.  The problem is much more complex if you used any transitions between the images.  Here is a short video showing how to simply cut out a section (image).

    It is a long and tedious task.  If you have only one or two images you want to replace,  then be ready to spend hours to do it.  If there are more, then be prepared to spend days or weeks.

    It would be much less of a hassle to start from scratch even if you have to spend hours or days to get the original images.  


  10. No problem using Roxio NXT 7 Video Wave.  I don't have 2012.  Also no problem using a different updated video editing program. 

    Have you tried the built in Windows video editing program (built in if you are using an earlier version of Windows but available as an add on for Windows 10?

    Time to consider an upgrade or alternate?  Your version is old and may not have the proper codecs.  What version of Windows are you using?  If you bought that camcorder; then you could probably afford a new version or upgrade to your computer.

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