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  1. Videowave has stopped working. No specific error message except that a problem has caused it to stopped working. Photo Editor also does not work. Runtime error R6025 Sequence of events. 1. 6 weeks ago everything worked. 2. Did not use Creator NXT until last week. No changes to the system - only Windows 8 updates. (I also ran CCleaner). 3. Tried to use Videowave. It worked except there were no Play, Pause, etc. buttons. Also, Photo Editor had runtime error. 4. Did a Repair using the Roxio program. 5. Videowave does not run. Message that Videowave has stopped working. No specific error message except that a problem has caused it to stopped working. 6. Turned off Antivirus and Firewall. 7. Removed and reinstalled Creator NXT. 8. Same problem with Videowave and Photo Editor. What can I do? I am running Windows 8.1 PC is Dell with Intel i5-3330, 8 GB
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    Pixelation In Mov Files

    I used a different brand of DVD and reburned the video. Problem solved. Thanks for your help.
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    Pixelation In Mov Files

    I created a DVD with several MOV files. The DVD plays normally on my desktop PC and laptop (both fairly new). When I play the DVD on my DVD player, there is pixelation on 3 out of 10 files. The DVD player is about 5 years old. What causes this?
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    DVD Aspect Ratio

    Thanks for the reply. I changed the settings on my Panasonic DVD player to 4:3. I also changed the TV set settings. Photos are still elongated. Any other ideas?
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    DVD Aspect Ratio

    I created a DVD to show photos from a vacation. I selected 16:9 aspect ratio. When viewing the DVD on a Sony 46" LCD TV, the photos are elongated horizontally. When viewing it on a CRT TV, the photos are good. I created another DVD using 4:3 aspect ratio. When viewing it on the Sony 46" TV, the photos were still elongated. I tried changing the aspect ratio on the TV to 4:3, but the results were the same. When viewing it on a CRT TV, the results were good. What do I need to do to see the photos without elongation on the Sony 46" TV? Thank you.
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