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  1. I have just upgraded from Roxio 11 to Roxio NXT Pro and Wonder the following problem. In PhotoSuite - Editing photos - when opening files the canvas reduce my original image size from 5186*3456 pixels to 1275*850 automatically (Canon DSLR), where in my previous Roxio 11 it still retains the same size. It means that saving edited photos as well as not edited Photos change files to much lesser pixels and quality size, than the original ones. Is it possible to change to the original photo size as default? I am aware of some "edit canvas" and "saving option" - but! Kind regards
  2. My jpeg images are about 5 megs each. Using VideoWave, I usually view the finished DVD on TV's that are 40 inches or more, There are about 600 photos to pack into the DVD, each about 4 seconds. What is a good image size to keep the pictures relatively sharp? I will keep zoomed photos with high resolution. Should I resize the others? Thanks.
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