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This may be a stupid question, but here goes. If a slide show was created in Videowave, downloaded to MyDVD and then burned to a DVD using Copy & Convert, and thereafter the DSME files for that slide show were deleted from the computer to create more hard disc space for another project, is it possible to capture the slide show that was created by downloading the slide show through the disk drive used to burn the disc, into VideoWave in order to possibly modify it at some future point? Soory about the convoluted question.

 

 

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This may be a stupid question, but here goes. If a slide show was created in Videowave, downloaded to MyDVD and then burned to a DVD using Copy & Convert, and thereafter the DSME files for that slide show were deleted from the computer to create more hard disc space for another project, is it possible to capture the slide show that was created by downloading the slide show through the disk drive used to burn the disc, into VideoWave in order to possibly modify it at some future point? Soory about the convoluted question.

 

Yes, you can copy the DVD, to your hard drive, and bring the .vob files into VideoWave for editing, but you will lose quality.

 

BTW, VideoWave files are .dmsm, not .dsme.

 

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Sorry about the incorrect file extension nomenclature. Too many different letters to remember.

 

Regarding my previous question, is there a another way to save project work on a DVD, reload it into VideoWave and not lose quality? There are some refinements and additions that I want to make to the two slide shows I created, but not right at the moment. I do, however, wish to begin another project now because of a time schedule.

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Sorry about the incorrect file extension nomenclature. Too many different letters to remember.

 

Regarding my previous question, is there a another way to save project work on a DVD, reload it into VideoWave and not lose quality? There are some refinements and additions that I want to make to the two slide shows I created, but not right at the moment. I do, however, wish to begin another project now because of a time schedule.

 

 

The answer to your question is no.

 

If you have the original files, you can rebuild your production, again.

 

If you are going to be doing more video work, I would suggest buying the biggest hard drive that you can afford. I never delete my production files. I do back them up to an external hard drive. Then, if I do need to make more space, on my hard drive, I can then delete them.

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