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Syncit? Sidebar Gadget?

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I like the new SyncIT, but like the old versions, this seems to be a stnadalone program... not a sidebar gadget.

 

Is there a sidebar gadget available? I don't like this being opened in my taskbar.... but like to have the item up on screen at all times.

 

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Mike

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Thats all fine and good.. and I dont care how the gadget operates

 

But I dont want to keep something open taking up real estate in my taskbar like that....

 

I wish it would at least minimize invisible or something.. I like the sync feature

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Might not be of help but I am running Vista Home Premium 32bit and have Creator 2009 installed. The gadgets for vista do not show that particular gadget and I can't find it anywhere in nthe programs. (Attachment shows default gadgets for Vista)

 

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I didn't think SyncIt has anything to do with Roxio and was not at all affiliated with C2009 but based on this page it is and I just found the gadget. Go to the C2009 Home Screen. Click the Video – Movies tab and then choose "Drag and Drop Convert" to launch SyncIt!

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I didn't think SyncIt has anything to do with Roxio and was not at all affiliated with C2009 but based on this page it is and I just found the gadget. Go to the C2009 Home Screen. Click the Video – Movies tab and then choose "Drag and Drop Convert" to launch SyncIt!

 

WOW, that was sure hidden in a hole Paul !! <_< Good find !!

 

Frank...

 

Just a little more information about the gadget. Hope this also helps knowing what it's all about. Sounds like a pretty nice gadget though :D

 

Frank...

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Frank, I tried a TV capture that is already DVD compliant and usually takes just a few minutes to make a quick menu and burn to ISO and I tried it with SyncIt and it took a bit more than 30 minutes. Still not bad for most but since I do this regularly, SyncIt isn't what I'd use. That said, it seems really made to be used for portable devices.

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Frank, I tried a TV capture that is already DVD compliant and usually takes just a few minutes to make a quick menu and burn to ISO and I tried it with SyncIt and it took a bit more than 30 minutes. Still not bad for most but since I do this regularly, SyncIt isn't what I'd use. That said, it seems really made to be used for portable devices.

 

I know from previous posts and you personally, that you do a lot of this type process Paul, so what you have to say about this stuff I'm sure means a lot to others that might be wanting to know more. Thanks for sharing your actual testing of the Syncit. :)

 

Frank...

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I know from previous posts and you personally, that you do a lot of this type process Paul, so what you have to say about this stuff I'm sure means a lot to others that might be wanting to know more. Thanks for sharing your actual testing of the Syncit. :)

 

Frank...

Your welcome Frank but the real testing should be for those who use the portable devices and since I don't have any, nor do I like looking at teeny, tiny screens, I haven't truly done testing. Since it's not easy to find, it's likely very few get to use this anyway. Maybe these posts will open some eyes to it and we'll hear from others about their use of it.

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I didn't think SyncIt has anything to do with Roxio and was not at all affiliated with C2009 but based on this page it is and I just found the gadget. Go to the C2009 Home Screen. Click the Video – Movies tab and then choose "Drag and Drop Convert" to launch SyncIt!

 

Or make a shortcut to "C:\Program Files\Roxio Creator 2009 Ultimate\SyncIt\SyncIt.exe" (or equivalent if installed somewhere else).

 

I have made shortcuts to most (27) exe files in EMC 2009, put them in a folder that I access from my Office toolbar (0r you could put a shortcut to the folder on the quick access toolbar. That way I can access any app with just 2 clicks one to open the folder, one to open the app).

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