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Burning issues w. Roxio Video Lab 10

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I need help...


I have created a slidshow using the "MyDVD" Roxio Video Lab 10 sofware. I have added a Transition Theme to my slideshow. When i preview the slideshow on my computer it shows the 3D Theme i have selected. However when i burn it to a DVD, and play it back it shows the slideshow using the regular Pan & Zoom. So basically what i preview is not what burns onto the DVD. I have already wasted tons of DVD's trying new things. I am open to any suggestions....


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If you edit your movie(title), go to menu bar and select Tool|Options. Does the dialogue box show Hardware and Software as options? If so, if you select Harware, does the test that come up say your system is capable of Hardware rendering?


To remove the Pan&Zoom, go to the Storyline mode and press Ctrl+A. Right click on one image and select Motion (I forgot what it should be). Select it once and preview if the project stops doing the P&Z. If not do the same steps again and check again.


PS: How did you create your movie/slideshow - use of Videowave, Slideshow Assistant or Cinemagic?

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i used the video wave to create the slidshow.


I just tried going to the menu bar, like you suggested. It said Hardware. Then i got a message saying " The rendered method has been switched to software based on known capabilities of your video card"


I will try burning it again and see if it works.



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To supplement ogdens' suggestion above, you can also


1) download a freeware media player called VLC

2) burn your project to an image file (*.iso) - I don't know if MyDVD Lab 10 software has this option.

3) drag the image file to the VLC player and preview the movie. If you're satisfied, burn the image file onto DVD.

4) if MyDVD Lab 10 does not have the option to burn an image file to DVD, download the freeware ImgBurn and use that to burn the image file onto DVD

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