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My video played back fine but didn't record. Tracy answered me with a solution, which worked. Now it records but when I go to burn it, a 12 minute video turns into a 36 minute video. So it doesn't

Twelve minute recording triples to 36 minute video while burning to DVD. So it doesn't play back right. All I get back on playback is a distorted sound and video moving very slow.

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    Becky McGuire Dec 18, 2014

    Change frame rate in what settings?

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You need to change the frame rate in settings.

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SOURCE: my smilebox slide show won't record.

My creations preview great but when I press the save to DVD nothing happens, I am not saying is a smilebox problem, but It used to work just fine. I am just wanting to know what to do because I just wasted 40 bucks if I cannot burn it

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SOURCE: My smilebox slide show won't record. It use to and then just stopped. Everything else works fine.

Assuming nothing else has changed in your computer (no other programs/add-ons installed that would cause this), I'd download the free Revo Uninstaller & Auslogics Disk Defrag from ninite.com. Use Revo to fully uninstall the software-- it clears all bits from the registry as well (only tick the boxes in bold type & delete). Then, restart your PC & download a new instance of Smilebox. Get rid of any old SB installers if they remain in your downloads folder.

Now, before reinstalling Smilebox, please do a system clean- open computer, right-click C:, properties, disk cleanup. Delete all it finds & then run the Auslogic Defrag program. After that, run chkdsk (Computer>right-click the C: drive>properties>tools>error checking>tick fix files only).

When it's done, try reinstalling Smilebox.

HTH

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