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No Audio With Slide Show Movie


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I am creating a movie in Toast that is a slide show. It allows me to add audio when putting the slide show together, but when I run the slide show there is no audio. I am missing something or does Toast just not support audio with slide shows even in the movie creator.

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Toast does not accept audio with its slide shows. Where did it allow you to add audio when putting the slide show together?

 

Use iDVD for DVD still-frame slide shows with audio.

I have the same problem burning a slide show with music using TOAST 8.0.4.

I opened TOAST 8 and under the MENU item under EXTRAS I selected Motion Pictures.

When the next menu opened I had the option SLIDE or MOTION. I selected SLIDE

It then allowed me to drag my photos in and arrange them in order and add several

music scores from iTunes. When I had all the photos and music I wanted I burned it to

DVD. All went well, but when I played it in my computer after burning the slides had

the motion (Ken Burns Effect) I had selected but no sound. Is this a TOAST 8 thing or

a Digital Rights Management thing?

Thanks

jzack52

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I have the same problem burning a slide show with music using TOAST 8.0.4.

I opened TOAST 8 and under the MENU item under EXTRAS I selected Motion Pictures.

When the next menu opened I had the option SLIDE or MOTION. I selected SLIDE

It then allowed me to drag my photos in and arrange them in order and add several

music scores from iTunes. When I had all the photos and music I wanted I burned it to

DVD. All went well, but when I played it in my computer after burning the slides had

the motion (Ken Burns Effect) I had selected but no sound. Is this a TOAST 8 thing or

a Digital Rights Management thing?

Thanks

jzack52

If you used iTunes music store tracks then it is a DRM issue. You first need to use iTunes to burn the music store tracks to an audio CD from which you then can import them without any DRM encryption.

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