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Archiving Roxio Photoshow


joelwendell
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I thought it necessary to ask Roxio for Photoshow 5 in able to archive silent Roxio images, but it is not show. Already downloaded Roxio Photoshows can be easily archived for storage by just moving to the right side of the Roxio Photoshow file and clicking there. This stops all Roxio bells and whistles, meaning the move cancels all audio and graphic software and preserves just the image for storage (and later possible use in another configuration).

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Thanks for the information (I think). ! :) I'm not sure how many people still have V5 anymore since it is obsolete (about a year ago) and now you can't even but PhotoShow from the Roxio sales site .

 

I'm sure you realize that any images taken from a PhotoShow are standard definition (720 by 480) and would be good only for slide shows and videos. They would NOT be good for printing.

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All things considered, my perception that I needed Photoshow 5 to archive non-audio, non-captioned images from my Roxio Photoshow (6, for example), is wrong. Just move over in opened Roxio Photoshow to right side and click. That nullifies audio and everything but the image you have edited. Then you can move around the images into the order you wish, and make a new Photoshow out of your slides.

 

PS: All the bells and whistles Roxio includes are unnecessary, and in fact a distraction. Is this all about the slides you have taken or the Roxio mussic,captions, etc? I vote for the first. Keep it simple, which fortunately Roxio Photoshow makes possible.

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