This has been driving me crazy the past week. I have developed a slide show with approximately 270 images and 3 audio files. The preview works beautifully but when I burn the slideshow to a DVD and play on either the computer or a DVD player part of the slideshow is missing. In fact it must be based on some kind of timing problem because when I rearrange the audio files I still have the same problem. I cannot understand how it plays so well on the preview but will not copy the entire presentation to the DVD. I have spent countless hours trying to solve this problem and lost a great deal of hair. I do not want to buy software other than Roxio but I am at a loss of what to do. Help!!!!
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Re: Copying slideshow from hard drive to DVD
Use nero 7 program u have just aint great used it dont ever do what u wann does it so use nero 7 8 ok so easy slide shows perfect quilty on dvd music dvd menu fr videos and slide shows cool icons back ground wallpapers best
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take the slide show in the pen drive/memory stick and copy the slide show in the same. and then insert the same memory stick or pen drive in the computer you want to transfer and then once the pen drive opens in the other computer paste all the slide show content in that one.
Go to slide.com .The first page will give you options from where to get the files. Choose Facebook as the image source. Hit the "Get my images" and the website will redirect you to Facebook. There, you will sign in to your account. Slide.com will not keep any login information when you do that. Choose the pictures from your Facebook photo albums. Slide will copy the files from Facebook. Wait until all the photos are copied or uploaded. A new window with "Customize your Design" title will load. There are a lot of options for the Style, Skins, Themes, Music, Background, Effects, Size and Privacy. Select what you want from these options. You will see the effect of your choices by looking at the slideshow's preview at the top of the Web page. Rearrange the pictures' order and edit the caption if you wish to. Continue changing your options until you get the most satisfactory slideshow design. Save and add the slideshow to Facebook. Click on the "Save (get code)" button. The code will be shown to you. Copy that in case you want to paste the slideshow on other social networking sites. Slide.com has an instruction on how to copy and paste the code. Alternatively, you can select Facebook as your option to where the slideshow will be added. Choose Facebook and click on the "Add!" button. After saving the slideshow, you will be asked to join Slide.com. Joining is free and if you want to edit your slideshow, you should join in.
Youtube only accepts video formats like MP4, AVI, FLV, so you have to make a video slideshow.
To make a video slideshow, you can first make a PowerPoint slideshow with your Microsoft PowerPoint, if you are using PowerPoint 2010, you can save your slideshow to wmv video directly, if you are using PowerPoint 2007 or a lower PowerPoint version, you can use a powerpoint to video converter like
Moyea PPT to Video Converter http://www.dvd-ppt-slideshow.com/ppt-to-video/ Leawo PowerPoint to Video http://www.leawo.com/powerpoint-video-converter/
After the conversion, you can upload the video slideshow to youtube smoothly.
Two things: 1. Make sure that you chose the writer drive (burn to DVD) and not "hard drive" in the options window that appears when clicking on "Produce" and then on "Burn to disc". 2. SlideShow Expressions can develop problems when the photos are too large and when the project your trying to burn is quite large as well. What is too large? I can only speak from own experience. I found that once a project gets into the range of 400 or more photos (total) my writer fails to write. (I've burned projects containing up to 388 successfully; photos at original size) However, this can be solved by resizing your photos. I have a project with 466 photos (10 chapters) that wouldn't burn to disc. I then resized the photos so that every single one was under 500 KB. It worked: burning is now successful. Resizing doesn't necessarily mean that the quality of your photos will drop. I used Microsoft Office Picture Manager and, really, visually there is no difference between the original photos and the resized photos in the slideshow project. Experiment with photo size. Maybe another size works for you. It is also known that chosing the archive option (having the original photos and music burned to the disc) can upset the burning process - but only really when it's a very large project. Also, you could be using the wrong type of disc. Try DVD+R. 11407336
Yes, use DVD+R. Make sure that you choose the correct options: After clicking on "Produce" and then "Burn to disc", take a look at the window that appears. One of the choices: you can either burn to hard drive or to the writer drive. Chose your writer drive and continue. Also, SlideShow Expressions can develop problems when a project is too big or when the photos are too large. What typically happens, is that the burning process stops at step 5 (the actual burning) and does'nt want to continue. If this is the case, experiment with photo size. I used Microsoft Office Picture Manager to resize photos. Resizing doesn't necessarily reduce the quality of the photos. There is really no visual difference between my original photos and those that feature in my slideshows. In my case I had to resize to under 500 KB, but then, my project was extremely large: 466 photos; maybe you don't have to go so low. Experiment with sizes. Don't give up; it's a really great product.
Hi, i want to suggest you to never use "COPY and PASTE" function for copying files to dvd,you must use nero8 or any previous version for burning the files in large quantity,
and if you are not able to arrange any of such softwares, you may try copying the files into a folder, and than paste folder in the DVD,and close all applications while copying,
tell me the results plz