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Retrieving A Saved Slideshow


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I am running Windows 7 with Roxio Creator 2011. I create a slideshow and when I save it and exit I can't find it again. When going to "file" and selecting "open existing projects" I get a window that says that there is nothing in there. It defaults to a *.rox file but when the slideshow is saved it is saved as *.dmss file. How do I retrieve by saved slideshow?

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I am running Windows 7 with Roxio Creator 2011. I create a slideshow and when I save it and exit I can't find it again. When going to "file" and selecting "open existing projects" I get a window that says that there is nothing in there. It defaults to a *.rox file but when the slideshow is saved it is saved as *.dmss file. How do I retrieve by saved slideshow?

the dmss file is your saved project file. Can you not open it?

 

Most of us recommend using Videowave to create your slideshows as it offers much more flexibility then th SLideshow Wizard/Assistant

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When I try to open saved Slideshows the box is empty and it will only open .rox files. The Slideshows are .dmss files. The only way I can find the saved Slideshows is by searching for them by file name in the Start Up Menu. Can anyone help?????????????

 

Your slide shows, with the .dmss file extension, were done with the Slide Show Assistant, which most user of the Roxio software, would say not to use.

 

Are you trying to use VideoWave (Edit Video-Advanced) to open the slide shows?

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When I try to open saved Slideshows the box is empty and it will only open .rox files. The Slideshows are .dmss files. The only way I can find the saved Slideshows is by searching for them by file name in the Start Up Menu. Can anyone help?????????????

You already had a thread going with the same question. I merged the 2 threads to avoid confusion.

 

PLease do not create duplicate threads

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