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I am totally unable to figure out how to burn a PhotoStory project I just completed to a DVD. Seems like I have tried everything in EMC 10. Everytime I burn a DVD and try it in my DVD player it won't load. Can anyone help me out? Thanks very much. Salubo

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What is a PhotoStory project?

 

Provide more details of what you did.

 

 

My mistake. Another example of me thinking everyone would know what Photo Story is. Sorry 'bout that. Photo Story 3 for Windows is a program where you can create a "video" product using photography - adding zooms/dissolves/etc. - adding music - and creating a very nice video. So I have the finished product on my PC. Can view it using Windows Media Play and now want to put it on a DVD. That's where I'm falling apart. I cannot figure out how to move the PhotoStory to a place within my Roxio 10 program and burn a DVD. Hope this information helps. Thanks for taking time to provide your input.

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What is the format of the video file? Is it a wmv video file?

 

One way of burning a wmv file to create a DVD:

 

Open Video Copy & Convert application. Choose the Video Compilation tab. Click Add Movies button and select the video file. Pn the right pane, select DVD as format and output to Disc/Disc Image. Click the Burn button and select the DVD burner with a blank DVD.

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My mistake. Another example of me thinking everyone would know what Photo Story is. Sorry 'bout that. Photo Story 3 for Windows is a program where you can create a "video" product using photography - adding zooms/dissolves/etc. - adding music - and creating a very nice video. So I have the finished product on my PC. Can view it using Windows Media Play and now want to put it on a DVD. That's where I'm falling apart. I cannot figure out how to move the PhotoStory to a place within my Roxio 10 program and burn a DVD. Hope this information helps. Thanks for taking time to provide your input.

 

Why are you using PhotoStory? EMC 10 has all the features you are using from PhotoSTory and maybe even more.

 

Doesn't PhotoSTory have the ability to burn DVD?

 

I am assuming you have the Sonic DVD for PhotoStory other wise why are you posting here? If not then you should have posted in the EMC 10 forum.

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What is the format of the video file? Is it a wmv video file?

 

One way of burning a wmv file to create a DVD:

 

Open Video Copy & Convert application. Choose the Video Compilation tab. Click Add Movies button and select the video file. Pn the right pane, select DVD as format and output to Disc/Disc Image. Click the Burn button and select the DVD burner with a blank DVD.

 

 

PTL. It worked! I can't thank you enough! I really appreciate your taking the time to help me out. Thank you. Thank you. S.

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Why are you using PhotoStory? EMC 10 has all the features you are using from PhotoSTory and maybe even more.

 

Doesn't PhotoSTory have the ability to burn DVD?

 

I am assuming you have the Sonic DVD for PhotoStory other wise why are you posting here? If not then you should have posted in the EMC 10 forum.

 

 

No need to get surly. I'm new at this. I thought I posted in the correct forum and someone moved me to this one. Fortunately, someone helped me in spite of being in the wrong forum. How nice of them. God bless your day. S.

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