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Hoe to burn DVD for playback on a DVD PLayer (ver 6)


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I recently upgraded to ver 6 and added the premium service and am very disappointed. Is there no longer a way to burn a DVD yourself? I am not spending $29 for something I can do on my own. ANd the features of ver 6 suck - in my opinion. ALso my old photoshows don't import correctly, they cut off a lot of the original pictures. It works fine online but it took over 20 minutes to upload my show.

 

Sorry for rambling, but does anyone know how to burn a DVD for playback on a DVD player?

 

Thanks in advance.

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I recently upgraded to ver 6 and added the premium service and am very disappointed. Is there no longer a way to burn a DVD yourself? I am not spending $29 for something I can do on my own. ANd the features of ver 6 suck - in my opinion. ALso my old photoshows don't import correctly, they cut off a lot of the original pictures. It works fine online but it took over 20 minutes to upload my show.

 

Sorry for rambling, but does anyone know how to burn a DVD for playback on a DVD player?

 

Thanks in advance.

 

For the desktop version make sure you have updated to Build 830. There was an issue with earlier builds.

 

There are significant differences between the desktop and the on-line version. If you use the online version, download the PhotoShow as a mp4 video and then use a DVD burning program to burn that to a disc. There are some free ones; Google for them.

 

You can have both Version 5 desktop and version 6 desk top on your computer at one time.

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