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Slides missing after burned dvd

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I created several slides show with VideaWave and I used MyDVD to create a project with menus and sub menus which included the VideoWave presentations previously created. Every thing works fine with the preview in MyDVD but when I burn the complete project onto a DVD and play it back on TV, the fifth slide of each Videowave presentation is missing: the screen is black.

 

Thanks in advance for your help.

 

Ciao

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I created several slides show with VideaWave and I used MyDVD to create a project with menus and sub menus which included the VideoWave presentations previously created. Every thing works fine with the preview in MyDVD but when I burn the complete project onto a DVD and play it back on TV, the fifth slide of each Videowave presentation is missing: the screen is black.

 

Thanks in advance for your help.

 

Ciao

 

That's strange. :o Make sure that your anti-virus is NOT running while doing encoding. It is best practice to shut down everything else and disconnect from the internet.

 

In MyDVD, when you go to burn, separate the encoding from the burning by selecting to create an ISO file. Uncheck the other options. Name and select the location. Let the project encode; this is the time consuming step. Once the ISO is made, open disc copier and copy the file to the blank DVD. You might try a good quality RW just in case or you can mount a virtual drive add that ISO and play it there.

 

You can preview the movie in Disc Copier but that won't tell you anything about the menu and navigation.

 

In your slide show, you did remember to make sure that the images and titles fit inside the TV safe zone?

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