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Forgive basic questions from a complete novice, but I've scanned the tutorials, community forums and searched the internet without finding the answers.

 

My son and I made camcorder recordings of my cousin's wedding and I've bought Creator 2009 to edit and make the recordings into a DVD for the happy couple. My questions are:

 

1. Where do I start? The functionality of Media Manager, MyDVD and VideoWave appear to overlap considerably and all seem to be able to edit videos.

 

2. I want to be able to cut scenes from my son's recording into my recording whilst keeping my soundtrack. Can I do this?

 

Thanks in advance for any advice,

 

PeterJ

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Forgive basic questions from a complete novice, but I've scanned the tutorials, community forums and searched the internet without finding the answers.

 

My son and I made camcorder recordings of my cousin's wedding and I've bought Creator 2009 to edit and make the recordings into a DVD for the happy couple. My questions are:

 

1. Where do I start? The functionality of Media Manager, MyDVD and VideoWave appear to overlap considerably and all seem to be able to edit videos.

 

2. I want to be able to cut scenes from my son's recording into my recording whilst keeping my soundtrack. Can I do this?

 

Thanks in advance for any advice,

 

PeterJ

 

Did you read any of the How to Tips and Tricks at the top of the various forums?

 

Here is a very good discussion

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Many thanks, DigitalGuru, I missed that one. Will study it carefully.

 

PeterJ

 

 

The first thing to do is click on your Start button, like you are turning off your computer, then click on Run, then type in msconfig. When the next screen comes up, uncheck RoxWatch and anything else Roxio. Click Apply, then Ok, then reboot. When the computer boots up, put a check in the box, in the lower left corner of the nag box that comes up. You won't get the message the next time you boot your computer.

 

That is how you do it in XP. I don't know where msconfig is in Vista.

 

 

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