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Ok, I must be an idiot. But how do you burn to DVD?

I created a 200 plus slide show using videowav. It looks great and I am ready to burn it to DVD.

Picked output and followed the diretions. Everything seemed to be working but all I get is the movie title page provided by the program. NO movie no photos.

 

What did I do wrong?

 

I am trying to burn this to DVD so that I can make copies and distribute to others so that it can be played on DVD Players.

 

Thanks for your help.

 

jan

 

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Ok, I must be an idiot. But how do you burn to DVD?

I created a 200 plus slide show using videowav. It looks great and I am ready to burn it to DVD.

Picked output and followed the diretions. Everything seemed to be working but all I get is the movie title page provided by the program. NO movie no photos.

 

What did I do wrong?

 

I am trying to burn this to DVD so that I can make copies and distribute to others so that it can be played on DVD Players.

 

Thanks for your help.

 

jan

 

After you created the project in Video Wave, did you save it? If so, close Video Wave and open My DVD (Make DVD - Adfvanced). Go to the top and select the type of project. If you only have one slide show, perhaps "DVD, no menu" is best, That setting will allow the DVD to start when it is put into a DVD player and will repeat at the end.

 

Add your slide show as a " New Movie". If you selected no menu, it will start playing. At the bottom of the window select HQ" (high quality) Go to burn. Select burn (encode) to an image file (ISO). Uncheck the other options. Name the file and where you want it to be placed. Let it encode. This will take some time. Once it is finished, close My DVD. Use Creator Classic (Windows Start Programs, Roxio, etc.) or Video Copy and Convert to copy the ISO file to a blank, unformatted DVD.

 

When you go to make more copies, just repeat copying that ISO file to more discs.

 

Please let us know if that works. If you have a problem, please give us and errors you encounter.

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THANK YOU DIGIAL GURU! I found the instruction book to be nothing but confusing! I will try this tonight and see if I get my movie!

 

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After you created the project in Video Wave, did you save it? If so, close Video Wave and open My DVD (Make DVD - Adfvanced). Go to the top and select the type of project. If you only have one slide show, perhaps "DVD, no menu" is best, That setting will allow the DVD to start when it is put into a DVD player and will repeat at the end.

 

Add your slide show as a " New Movie". If you selected no menu, it will start playing. At the bottom of the window select HQ" (high quality) Go to burn. Select burn (encode) to an image file (ISO). Uncheck the other options. Name the file and where you want it to be placed. Let it encode. This will take some time. Once it is finished, close My DVD. Use Creator Classic (Windows Start Programs, Roxio, etc.) or Video Copy and Convert to copy the ISO file to a blank, unformatted DVD.

 

When you go to make more copies, just repeat copying that ISO file to more discs.

 

Please let us know if that works. If you have a problem, please give us and errors you encounter.

 

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THANK YOU DIGIAL GURU! I found the instruction book to be nothing but confusing! I will try this tonight and see if I get my movie!

 

jannyjack

 

After you created the project in Video Wave, did you save it? If so, close Video Wave and open My DVD (Make DVD - Adfvanced). Go to the top and select the type of project. If you only have one slide show, perhaps "DVD, no menu" is best, That setting will allow the DVD to start when it is put into a DVD player and will repeat at the end.

 

Add your slide show as a " New Movie". If you selected no menu, it will start playing. At the bottom of the window select HQ" (high quality) Go to burn. Select burn (encode) to an image file (ISO). Uncheck the other options. Name the file and where you want it to be placed. Let it encode. This will take some time. Once it is finished, close My DVD. Use Creator Classic (Windows Start Programs, Roxio, etc.) or Video Copy and Convert to copy the ISO file to a blank, unformatted DVD.

 

When you go to make more copies, just repeat copying that ISO file to more discs.

 

Please let us know if that works. If you have a problem, please give us and errors you encounter.

Jim Hardin did a nice job of explaining it with pictures here (link).

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