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mkirby

2011 Slide Show Feature

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I use Roxio 7 for many years and it had a great create and editing feature for producing awesome slide shows. I just recently upgraded to Roxio 11 and find it has a very limited slide show creator feature. Am I missing something, can anyone shed some light on this. Paid too much money not to be able to do what I use to be able to do before upgrading. At this point the Window Movie Maker does a better job. Maybe I just haven't figured Roxio 11 out yet, can anyone advise on this?

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I use Roxio 7 for many years and it had a great create and editing feature for producing awesome slide shows. I just recently upgraded to Roxio 11 and find it has a very limited slide show creator feature. Am I missing something, can anyone shed some light on this. Paid too much money not to be able to do what I use to be able to do before upgrading. At this point the Window Movie Maker does a better job. Maybe I just haven't figured Roxio 11 out yet, can anyone advise on this?

 

Did that application have a name?:rolleyes:

 

Try, Video and Movies, Edit Video Advanced....

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Hey, that's it! I think maybe it was called videowave, but it was in the photo section not movie and video. Thanks!!

VideoWave is the way to go. The sub-program within it, New Slideshow brings up the Roxio Slideshow Assistant which is a quick & dirty little wizard like program… (this is the same program you found in the Photo section and it offers to take your project into VideoWave in Step 3)

 

It can be useful to add picks and set general transitions but I don’t think that anyone with experience actually uses it???

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