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I have been putting together a movie based on pics and movies I took on a trip. It seems to me that when I run a regular slideshow on my computer the pictures have more clarity than when I put them into video wave. They seem slightly more blurry. Is this true? Do I lose resolution? If so, why should I use video wave rather than slideshows and movies put together in my dvd. I am confused.

 

Also, why is there a new version of roxio EM 9? I thought by buying 10 I was buying the latest version. Is there a difference?

 

Thanks for answering my questions.

 

 

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The quality of the pictures all depends on what you outputted them as - if it's for playing on a DVD/TV setup, the resolution is a lot lower than on a computer monitor

 

There isn't a new version of 9 - 'EMC 2009' is actually EMC11 (they just gave it a 'year' name)

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Videowave is not the final test of the quality of your project. Why don't you burn a short segment of the project onto a DVD and judge it for yourself by actually watching the DVD on your TV (or PC)?

 

To keep up with evolving technology, a software has to be upgraded every now and then. Some do it more frequently than others. If you bought EMC 10 from Roxio and the purchase date was close to the release of Creator 2009, contact Roxio and see if they can accomodate to replace your EMC 10 with Creator 2009.

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I have been putting together a movie based on pics and movies I took on a trip. It seems to me that when I run a regular slideshow on my computer the pictures have more clarity than when I put them into video wave. They seem slightly more blurry. Is this true? Do I lose resolution? If so, why should I use video wave rather than slideshows and movies put together in my dvd. I am confused.

 

Also, why is there a new version of roxio EM 9? I thought by buying 10 I was buying the latest version. Is there a difference?

 

Thanks for answering my questions.

Also, you posted on 9/2. If you recently bought EMC10 from Roxio, they have a 30 day return policy, so as Malatekid noted, they should be willing to accomodate you and let you buy C '09.

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Also, you posted on 9/2. If you recently bought EMC10 from Roxio, they have a 30 day return policy, so as Malatekid noted, they should be willing to accomodate you and let you buy C '09.

 

Can one of you tell me the difference between EMC 10 and Creater 9? I would really appreciate knowing the difference.

 

 

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Check out this comparison chart.

 

Ok, I got a snapshot.

 

EDIT: Syrallas brought to my attention that the comparison you want is between EMC 10 and Creator 2009. Sorry, I thought you wanted a comparison of EMC 9 and EMC 10. I cannot find a comparison chart for EMC 10 and Creator 2009.

 

Thank you, Tom!

 

 

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Check out this comparison chart.

 

Ok, I got a snapshot.

 

EDIT: Syrallas brought to my attention that the comparison you want is between EMC 10 and Creator 2009. Sorry, I thought you wanted a comparison of EMC 9 and EMC 10. I cannot find a comparison chart for EMC 10 and Creator 2009.

 

Thank you, Tom!

 

No problem Jess!

 

It is confusing -- EMC 9 -- with C being Creator, and the newest version "Creator 2009."

 

Unfortunately I can't help on the comparison because I only have EMC 10 so far!

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