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  1. Trying to import files, my first mistake was that the program only imports MPEG2 format...so I got a third party tansfer program for my MP4 files and that seemed to work just fine - didthe same for my AVI files, saved them as MPG files formated for MPEG2 and all that is captured is the sound, no video. Tried to use MPEG1 formats and you get an error :cannot read filw type... Are there specific parameters to the sort of MPEG2 files that are supported? Thanks!
  2. snuba Kauai

    Photo Import

    Just upgraded to NXT from Creator. Home import page only shows option to import video but not photos. The description page says you can import photo and video. Where do I go now to import photos from my video camera?
  3. I am having difficulty creating new productions from a DVD that has raw footage of a concert performance. I cannot seem to find the file(s) or DVD tracks anywhere except for one track I was somehow able to load into VideoWave by accident. DVD is being played in Dell laptop with RC 2012 software. Thank you!
  4. I've just completed a huge project in iDVD with the intent of burning same to Blu-Ray disks. Bought the burner. Bought the Toast BR Plugin. Tried to burn the project direct ... it failed. Tried to figure out how to get the encoded project "burnt" to a Disk Image and it failed ... iDVD doesn't support Blu Ray ... Is there anyway to work around this iDVD limitation so that I can use Toast to burn the Blu Ray disks WITHOUT using the Toast DVD creation (in short, I'm trying to preserve the "front end" of the video that iDVD is so good at and use the Blu Ray function that Toast offers). Thanks for your assistance .... Bill Arnold tucsonbil@cox.net
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