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Blurry Pictures On Creator V9

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I CREATED A SLIDE SHOW WITH CREATOR BASIC V9 AND ADDED MUSIC.WHEN I PREVIEWED IT,IT IS FINE.I CREATED A FOLDER TO SAVE IT.WHEN I WENT TO PLAY IT ,IT GOES TO WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER AND THE PICTURES ARE BLURRY BUT SOUND ID FINE.HOW CAN I CORRECT THIS.WOULD APPRECIATE ANY HELP FROM ANYONE.THANK YOU

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Your cap lock is stuck – get that fixed!

 

How did you create this slideshow, what Program in the Suite and what Settings?

 

If you burn to an RW how does it play on a TV?

 

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I CREATED A SLIDE SHOW WITH CREATOR BASIC V9 AND ADDED MUSIC.WHEN I PREVIEWED IT,IT IS FINE.I CREATED A FOLDER TO SAVE IT.WHEN I WENT TO PLAY IT ,IT GOES TO WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER AND THE PICTURES ARE BLURRY BUT SOUND ID FINE.HOW CAN I CORRECT THIS.WOULD APPRECIATE ANY HELP FROM ANYONE.THANK YOU

 

Knock off the caps! It's considered shouting.

 

What program are you using, in that stripped down version of EMC 9?

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Knock off the caps! It's considered shouting.

 

What program are you using, in that stripped down version of EMC 9?

 

i am using creator basic v9 it came loaded in the computer when i bought it about 1 1/2 years ago

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i am using creator basic v9 it came loaded in the computer when i bought it about 1 1/2 years ago

 

...but what program from that crippled,cut-down suite are you using? :blink:

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Actually need to know the name of the program – look at the top border, every Windows program has its' Name there.

 

And it would be nice if you can tell us what settings you are using in your production.

 

Good work on oiling that Cap Lock :lol:

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Are the pictures blurry or just lower resolution?

 

Remember that if you are making a slide show; you are making a movie and the resolution will be typical 740 by 480. (Ignoring or the moment high definition). The slide show will never be the hight quality of the original photos. Also any preview will not give you what you will see on a TV. Burn the project to a DVD RW and watch that on the TV.

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Good work on oiling that Cap Lock :lol:

Call from motorist to Auto Association:

I've lost my 710 cap!!!!

710oilcapqg5.jpg

:lol:

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Ijar

 

Please knock off the facetious comments. If you don't have anything useful to add to a thread, please refrain from tossing astuff in

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Ijar

 

Please knock off the facetious comments. If you don't have anything useful to add to a thread, please refrain from tossing astuff in

Daithi Guru..

Sorry if I have facetiously offended you!!!!

:rolleyes:

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Daithi Guru..

Sorry if I have facetiously offended you!!!!

:rolleyes:

 

I agree with Daithi, this is not the place for your joking; stick to the general forum. The OP has a serious question. Can you help?

 

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Ok, Ok...calm down... calm down :huh:

Of course I'll try...OP could try here..

http://forums.support.roxio.com/index.php?...mp;#entry242882

:rolleyes:

 

That's not much help ! :angry:

 

Since we don't really know where the OP sees the problem or how the OP made the disc. telling the OP to try a different program may not be the right solution.

 

Perhaps discretion is the better part of being deleted and/or banned! :o:angry2: In other words, enough of your posts here.

Edited by sknis

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