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Won't Accept My Avi Videos In Photoshow

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help....my photo show used to work until I upgraded to 6....( I have Vista )....it will let me upload my pictures but won't let me upload any videos I took....and it used to before I upgraded....anyone know why??? I just downloaded version 5 and I can upload videos but don't like it nearly as much as 6.....

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help....my photo show used to work until I upgraded to 6....( I have Vista )....it will let me upload my pictures but won't let me upload any videos I took....and it used to before I upgraded....anyone know why??? I just downloaded version 5 and I can upload videos but don't like it nearly as much as 6.....

Were these files that failed to upload the same videso that were uploadable with V5?

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Were these files that failed to upload the same videso that were uploadable with V5?

I just uninstalled Version 6 and reinstalled it...but no luck...I still can't upload any videos...there is a error message that tells me that...it dosen't have a number with it...and they are the same videos that I had uploaded with the other photoshow..avi videos taken from my camera....I think it was Photoshow 6 but after I downloaded the updates it failed to upload videos....

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I just uninstalled Version 6 and reinstalled it...but no luck...I still can't upload any videos...there is a error message that tells me that...it dosen't have a number with it...and they are the same videos that I had uploaded with the other photoshow..avi videos taken from my camera....I think it was Photoshow 6 but after I downloaded the updates it failed to upload videos....

 

What size are the video files. AVI is not typically a camcorder format. What kind of AVI file? There are many. Is it possible that the videos are too large (mb)? Are they DIVX AVI files or DV files.

 

Go to cnet .com and download a free video converter (I like "Any Video Converter") to change the AVI file to something like mp4. that the program will take.

 

From the help files: "Roxio PhotoShow supports video clips in the following formats: AVI, MPEG1, MPEG2, MOV, WMV, MP4, M4V, and QT? The maximum file size of a video clip that can be uploaded to a PhotoShow is 50 MB."

 

Did you try upload ing durning "off hours"?

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YAHOOOOOOOOO ....you were RIGHT in downloading the Any Video Converter...I downloaded them in MPEG...didn't work....then downloaded them to MPEG1....and it did work!!!!! so that is the secret if anyone else has a problem with video...or at least it sure helped me...I want to thank you Digital Guru on this...thanks for the time and effort to help me...I have to go out of my way to change their formats but it is worth it since I love the Roxio Photoshow!!!!! thanks again....Diane

ps...I'm also uploading them in the afternoon....when it wasn't working it was the morning hours...don't know if that makes a difference...?????

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YAHOOOOOOOOO ....you were RIGHT in downloading the Any Video Converter...I downloaded them in MPEG...didn't work....then downloaded them to MPEG1....and it did work!!!!! so that is the secret if anyone else has a problem with video...or at least it sure helped me...I want to thank you Digital Guru on this...thanks for the time and effort to help me...I have to go out of my way to change their formats but it is worth it since I love the Roxio Photoshow!!!!! thanks again....Diane

ps...I'm also uploading them in the afternoon....when it wasn't working it was the morning hours...don't know if that makes a difference...?????

 

Why not try one at a different time of day and see what happens. Don't know why that would cause it, but one never knows. :rolleyes:

 

 

 

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