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I have Roxio creator 2009 ultimate and am trying to make a dvd slide show.. i got it all made up even added music and burned it but when i watch it on the tv some parts of the show are blurry and slow moving and other parts looks clear and crisp and moves fast.. i was just wondering if it has somthing to do with the music i added.. dose anyone know how to fix it so all the slide show is clear and crisp?

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I have Roxio creator 2009 ultimate and am trying to make a dvd slide show.. i got it all made up even added music and burned it but when i watch it on the tv some parts of the show are blurry and slow moving and other parts looks clear and crisp and moves fast.. i was just wondering if it has somthing to do with the music i added.. dose anyone know how to fix it so all the slide show is clear and crisp?

 

What specific program are you using in C2009 to make your production ? Hopefully it was "Videowave"

 

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Im not sure what you mean.. im new with the program and did not see videowave on any of the program im using all i see is Roxio myDVD :(

 

In the Roxio C2009 there is a program named "Videowave". If you want to make a slide show, that is the program you should be using. Open the Videowave program and produce your show, save it as a file name of your choice. the extension on the file name will be "dmsm". Also in the C2009 there is another program named "MyDVD". Open that program and add the dmsm file that you just produced in the Videowave program. You can review it, edit and change several things with the templates provided and then burn it to a DVD disc. That will be a DVD that can be played on most any DVD player and your computer.

 

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In the Roxio C2009 there is a program named "Videowave". If you want to make a slide show, that is the program you should be using. Open the Videowave program and produce your show, save it as a file name of your choice. the extension on the file name will be "dmsm". Also in the C2009 there is another program named "MyDVD". Open that program and add the dmsm file that you just produced in the Videowave program. You can review it, edit and change several things with the templates provided and then burn it to a DVD disc. That will be a DVD that can be played on most any DVD player and your computer.

 

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ohhhhh its videowave 11

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You got it.

 

 

so dose anyone know how to fix my problem? with the blurry photos on parts of the dvd slide show? some parts of the dvd are clear and crisp and others parts are blurry and grainy.. all the pictures are the same size and rezalution so they should all show up the same.. help :(

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so dose anyone know how to fix my problem? with the blurry photos on parts of the dvd slide show? some parts of the dvd are clear and crisp and others parts are blurry and grainy.. all the pictures are the same size and rezalution so they should all show up the same.. help :(

 

We have actually very little information to work with :blink:

 

What are your system specs, especially video card or graphics adaptor? Desktop or Laptop?

 

How long in time is the slideshow? Software or Hardware render mode? (look under Tools/options)

 

What setting are you using for the DVD quality when burning?

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We have actually very little information to work with :blink:

 

What are your system specs, especially video card or graphics adaptor? Desktop or Laptop?

 

How long in time is the slideshow? Software or Hardware render mode? (look under Tools/options)

 

What setting are you using for the DVD quality when burning?

 

 

video card i think is nvidia Geforce 98000m.. its a laptop

 

the slide show is software render mode.... 2288.0mb used space... says i have 2412.0mb left

and im not sure what quality im burning it in i cant seem to find the settings for the quality...

 

you can also see the photos twitch and blur along to the beat of some of the music lol so that's why i wondered if it had something to do with the song file..

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video card i think is nvidia Geforce 98000m.. its a laptop

 

the slide show is software render mode.... 2288.0mb used space... says i have 2412.0mb left

and im not sure what quality im burning it in i cant seem to find the settings for the quality...

 

you can also see the photos twitch and blur along to the beat of some of the music lol so that's why i wondered if it had something to do with the song file..

 

The Quality setting is at the bottom right side of the screen in MyDVD. I am guessing that your says "Fit To Disc", because that is the default. Change that setting to High Quality (HQ).

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The Quality setting is at the bottom right side of the screen in MyDVD. I am guessing that your says "Fit To Disc", because that is the default. Change that setting to High Quality (HQ).

 

 

ohh ok i see what your saying... yeah it is set to fit to disc... ill set it to high quality and see how that works... thanks so much

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The Quality setting is at the bottom right side of the screen in MyDVD. I am guessing that your says "Fit To Disc", because that is the default. Change that setting to High Quality (HQ).

 

 

yeyyy that worked great! such a simple fix lol thanks to you! ((hugs)) thanks everyone! :D

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