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Scanning slides is a tricky thing, because the light comes from the wrong side. What you would need is a flatbed TMA (Transparent Media Adapter, sometimes called a film adapter).
This is basically a lamp in the lid (or a replacement lid) of a scanner, to allow it to scan film. The film is placed on the scanner glass bed, but instead of being illuminated by reflected light from below like a print, this lamp shines down through, from behind the film. Then everything else pretty much works the same, we scan film using the same basics as for prints.(source)

You can give it a shot at a high resolution (1200dpi+) and see if that gets acceptable results.

I personally was never satisfied with my scanner, so I just went to a photo shop and let them do it for me.

Posted on Jan 17, 2009

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That doesn't sound right. I've definitely made slide shows of 100 slides and more and burned them successfully too. I usually create projects divided into chapters of about 50 photos each, though, for example, my largest project so far: about 460 photos - 5 chapters of 50 photos each on disc1; 4 chapters of 50 photos each and 1 chapter of about 10 photos on disc 2. However, I have also burned projects that only had one chapter (i.e. one slide show icon on my menu page), for example one with 105 photos.
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