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How Do I Make The Dvd?

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I finally finished my photoshow (well, nearly!) and now I don't really see a clear option for how to create a DVD...help! I requested an mp4 which they system said could take hours - my show is almost 25 min - so i can believe it. Will it tell me if the system crashes? Will the program *eventually* create my mp4? When it does, how will I receive it if it's such a large photoshow, and is THAT how I get it onto a disk?

 

Step by step instructions would be most helpful for this not-so-tech-savvy user.

 

Thanks!

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Digital guru,

I finally finished my photoshow (well, nearly!) and now I don't really see a clear option for how to create a DVD...help! I requested an mp4 which they system said could take hours - my show is almost 25 min - so i can believe it. Will it tell me if the system crashes? Will the program *eventually* create my mp4? When it does, how will I receive it if it's such a large photoshow, and is THAT how I get it onto a disk?

 

Step by step instructions would be most helpful for this not-so-tech-savvy user.

 

Thanks!

 

The mp4 option has been broken for years and Roxio seems to have no intent to fix it.

 

Go to your members page and download the desktop version of the program. One you have downloaded and installed it, you can download all your on-line PhotoShows to your computer. From there you can butrn discs or make video files.

 

Come back once you have downloaded and installed the desktop version and have questions.

 

This doesn't work with a MAC.

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Video downloaded onto desktop version, but when I go to "Export Video File" it just runs and runs and no progress is actually made. I also tried the option "Burn Photoshow Disc" and after an hour or so, it appeared all the photos/audio were burned but then it ejected my CD drive and the disc is blank. Which option do I have a better chance with, do you think? Any tips for a large photoshow?

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Re-download the desktop version of PhotoShow 6 and install it over what you have now.

 

After you downloaded the PhotoShows, were you able to watch them and/or edit them?

 

Do you have a DVD drive? What brand of DVD are you using? You can get about one hour of best quality video onto a DVD.

 

How long did you wait while it ran and ran? Much of that depends on your computer. You have a PC and not a MAC -- right? Have you done any maintenance on it lately - like updating the video card/chip drivers? Please tell us about you computer by attaching the text file from a dxdiag.exe evaluation of your computer. Follow these instructions carefully. Remember to attach and not copy and paste.

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