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Hello. Using Roxio s/w for many years, mostly to burn music CDs. But have also created many (home) movie productions. Am now using Roxio NXT. And with the popularity of FB, I would like to post a few of these for my family's (& their friends) enjoyment. But for the life of me, I haven't figured out how. When a new production is created and burned to DVD, the s/w creates 2 folders, named - ROXIOPLASMA & VIDEO_TS . So, how do I get whatever I need from this, to upload to FB? Also, might I run into file size problems (with FB) in doing this? I don't know if they cut you off after a certain #MB.

 

The typical production I create normally consists of several snaps, maybe an occasional & short video clip, and always an audio (MP3) track. Additionally, the finished production always has that obligatory 'intro menu' with accompanying audio (either Roxio's suggested song, or one of my own). And in MyDVD, this intro song, as you know, always gets cropped. And never at a 'convenient' spot!

 

So, can I do this? And if yes, how?

 

Thank you so much!

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It sounds like you went to far into the program. Back up and when you have done all your editing, select to output the project to a video file. You should be able to upload that file to FaceBook automatically. See imnage belo9w for Creator 2012. I know that YouTube prefers but does not mandate a video format but limits the videos to 15 minutes.

 

If you are a FaceBook user, you should be able to find their restrictions..

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Thank you DG; will give it a shot as soon as I figure out how to reverse-engineer the DVD. Meaning, in order to back up and save the Production as a different output, I will need to locate all the pics/jpgs (my production is over year old). Normally, when I create a Roxio 'Production' for DVD burning, I will create a temporary folder on my Desktop, and copy all the snaps/video clips/audio tracks I will use, into this folder. For me, much easier this way. More organized. When I finish & burn, I then delete this temp folder. Hm, mistake?

 

Might you suggest a simple way to do this? In any case, I will eventually figure it out, and use your method above. Thanx again!

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Use Windows to explore the DVD and copy the files to a new folder on your computer. Those VOB files are just mpg2 files under another name. You can then edit the vob files and do the upload as I indicated above.

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