Yes. All the images are in a folder on the computer.I want create a DVD slide show for a friend in South Africa using these images. I have been advised by a friend from South Africa to create the DVD in PAL format. Using Creator for NTSC format is quite simple but I am having trouble trying to create the DVD in PAL format. Do you have any suggestion beyond hoping that the DVD player in South Africa will recognize NTSC format?
I have two questions.
Several weeks ago one of the experts on the forum advised against using sticky labels on DVDs because it is dangerous. Can you elaborate further on the risks of using them?
Second question: I have V2D Vista and XP only. Can the program suite be used with Windows 7 Professional running in XP Mode?
Thanks for all the help. Following the forum is an education in itself.
When I open Device Manager>Sound Video and Game Controllers the window shows presence of Roxio Video capture device, but USB 2861 Device is missing.[Please see the screen shot] From following the forum your advice says it should be there.
The program seems to work well and it captures both audio and video. I am not inclined to change anything but I would like to understand what is going on.
Thanks for all your help.
Thank you for the explanation.
I have V2D Version 111B25F.
The Sreen shot shows which Roxio Programs are installed on the computer. Roxio Creator 8.0 came with the computer when I bought it. 8.2 came with a Mad Dog external DVD writer with lightscribe capability which I added afterward.
So far everything seems compatible. Do you have any suggestions? I personally follow the " if it ain't broke, don't fit" philosophy[especially with computers].
Following the forum is an education in itself. Thanks for all your help.
You are correct. The basic problem is that I did not know how the capture video portion of the program suite works but I am slowly learning thanks to the forum. In the past I have used the plug and burn segment successfully but because of the comments about plug and burn in the forum I thought it wise to go the capture-store-burn route. Your suggestion to go to the Creator 2010 forum is very useful.
Once again thanks for the help.
Using Capture Video in Easy VHS to DVD, I can capture the video to the program, and designate a file to save it to, but there is no button to transfer the file to the designated file on the desktop.
Agreed. I have done exactly what you suggest. The original problem sstemmed from the fact that the matter is not discussed in the limited instruction manual which came with the program. In addition the sequence is slightly differnt from create and save sequences present in other programs. Oh well so life goes.
Thank you. I found the file by using Windows search but I really do not understand how it got to the file where I found it. I do not remember designating any specific location to save files. Is there a default system built into the program?
Thank you for the reply.
The computer is Dell E520, 2GB RAM, Core 2 Duo Processor, Operating system XP Pro fully updated.
VHS to DVD Version is 111B25F.
When I click file I do not get a preferences option. Only Exit appears in the drop box.
Does this help?