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Mydvd 10 Premier & Roxio Creator 2011

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I currently have MYDVD 10 Premier install on my desktop PC. I'm thinking of buying a laptop that offers Roxio Creator 2011. Are they compatible? That is, will I be able to open or edit existing dmsd MYDVD projects in Roxio Creator 2011? I realize of course that Creator 2011 would have a problem with missing files. Thanks.

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I currently have MYDVD 10 Premier install on my desktop PC. I'm thinking of buying a laptop that offers Roxio Creator 2011. Are they compatible? That is, will I be able to open or edit existing dmsd MYDVD projects in Roxio Creator 2011? I realize of course that Creator 2011 would have a problem with missing files. Thanks.

 

Most dmsd (iespecially for old version like C2011 or myDVD 10) projects are not compatible with other versions. You would be best to finish your project in whatever version you started. The problem with "missing files" really has nothing to do with what version you are using.

 

You also realize the C2011 is a 2 year old version having been replace by C2012 and the recently released Roxio Creator NXT.

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Thanks for the reply. What I was really hoping to avoid is keeping both versions of the product on my PC. That is, if I ever need to do anything with old projects created with MyDVD10, I need to keep that product. As an aside, and I realize you're not responsible :) , I think that it is terrible that there is no upward compatibility. Also, I think a two year old product is "old" only in the computer world. MyDVD10 does everything I want it do so the only reason I have to upgrade is that support disappears. Whatever new bells and whistles the newest version of Creator has probably are things I wouldn't use. I would be pleased if the new version wasn't as difficult to use as MyDVD10 but I would hate to buy it only to find out I have the same issues.

 

Again, thanks for the reply.

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