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I have created 2 slideshows with VideoWave and they both run fine. When I make a new production using MyDVD and add them to it using add movie, one of them runs in the preview mode and the other one doesn't. The files are loaded, but it will not play automatically. I can only use manual controls to move from one picture to the next. Any idea what the problem might be?

 

I created an .iso file on the hard drive and then copied it to the disc. My player shows it is running but I get no pictures on the screen. All my other DVDs work fine. I am using Sony DVD-RW but will try some Verbatim or Sony DVD-R next.

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I have created 2 slideshows with VideoWave and they both run fine. When I make a new production using MyDVD and add them to it using add movie, one of them runs in the preview mode and the other one doesn't. The files are loaded, but it will not play automatically. I can only use manual controls to move from one picture to the next. Any idea what the problem might be?

 

I created an .iso file on the hard drive and then copied it to the disc. My player shows it is running but I get no pictures on the screen. All my other DVDs work fine. I am using Sony DVD-RW but will try some Verbatim or Sony DVD-R next.

 

Are you saying that when you have the MyDVD open and when you click on the controls to highlight the second movie button and then hit play, it will not play through? As for the .iso I would try the Verbatim and see if it works.

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