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Compatability Issues between EMC9 and Creator 2010

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Can I finish partially completed Video Wave projects started in EC9 in Creator 2010?

 

Thanks for your help

Penny

 

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Can I finish partially completed Video Wave projects started in EC9 in Creator 2010?

 

Thanks for your help

Penny

 

:unsure:

NO! That product to too many years behind…

 

Now Creator 2009 project seem to be no problem in Creator 2010. That’s a happy plus :rolleyes:

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NO! That product to too many years behind…

 

Now Creator 2009 project seem to be no problem in Creator 2010. That’s a happy plus :rolleyes:

 

 

Thankyou for the information.

 

Do you think the upgrade to 2010 is worth it? I have read about the new features - but its hard to tell. Would like some input from someone who is using Creator 2010.

 

Thanks again

Penny

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There are some new features that may or may not be of interest to your particular circumstances. You can compare features of Creator 2010 with those of any previous version from

 

http://www.roxio.co.uk/eng/products/creato...hy-upgrade.html

 

click on the version you want to compare it with.

 

One thing I've noticed, and in my opinion it is a retrograde step, is that Vidowave/export no longer includes conversion using divx codec as an option

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There are some new features that may or may not be of interest to your particular circumstances. You can compare features of Creator 2010 with those of any previous version from

 

http://www.roxio.co.uk/eng/products/creato...hy-upgrade.html

 

click on the version you want to compare it with.

 

One thing I've noticed, and in my opinion it is a retrograde step, is that Vidowave/export no longer includes conversion using divx codec as an option

 

 

Thanks so much for the info - it helped alot!

Penny

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