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Have used the trial version, to make a slide show with photo's and have added music...the completed disk will play on any pc, but on a dvd player connected to the tv, will not load , says it is a bad disk..love the program, but if it will not play on the dvd player, which is new, and plays any kind of dvd, it does not make any sense to purchase the software.

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It may be the file type that you've saved is not compatible with your DVD recorder.

Check the instructions on your DVD recorder, see what kind of files it plays ie JPEG, MPEG1 and MPEG2 then either save your file as one of these or download a file converstion programme from Filehippo.com such as :- Any Video Converter 3.05
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I created a slide show with photos, text and music. The preview looks and sounds great. And the burning to the disk appears to have happened (I can see the ridges in the disc). However, when I go to play...


I have also recently had a problem related to SlideShow Expressions and eventually turned to Individual Software's technical support team for help. I did get help and my problem was solved. You can find them at individualsoftware.com. You have to register your product in order to get help, but it's all free and I recommend it.
However, I'm going to run you through some pointers I've picked up along the way.
Firstly, make sure that your computer meets all the necessary requirements as given on the box and in the User's Guide (included in pdf-format on the install disc). For example, it may be that you have Windows Media Player, but that you need a later version of it. The requirements for SlideShow Expressions involves certain versions of specific media players - these can be downloaded from the web. Also have a look at chapter 3 of the User's Guide (section 3-3) for all the supported file formats (audio, photo's and video). And, yes, DVD+R should work just fine.
Originally, I also suspected my computer (Dell) and my writer drives, but it turned out that the software can sometimes develop difficulties. The following may not apply to your situation, but I'm going to tell you about it anyway, since I believe in the product and I know what it's like to be frustrated making slide shows.
My problem was related to the size of the photos I used and the length of my projects. One can make rather lengthy projects with SlideShow Expressions, which is great, because most other software brands don't allow you to do that. I've successfully burned slide show projects containing up to about 390 photos, using the original sizes (averaging around 300-400 KB, but also including photos of over 1MB and 2MB). (I have a 305 photos large project containing only photos above 1MB each as well, burned successfully.) I hit a problem though with a project of 466 photos in total. It turned out that when moving into this kind of length, the size of your photos needs to be smaller for the software to be able to run correctly. In the end I had to resize all the photos that were over 1MB. I ended up with my largest photo being at 440 KB before I could successfully burn the project. Resizing your photos doesn't necessarily reduce the quality of the photos in your project, though. Really, I can tell no difference between the original sizes and the resized photos in my project. I used Microsoft Office Picture Manager to resize. Also, I was told by Individual Software's technical support team that the option to archive your original photos and music files on the DVD as well, has been linked to burning problems, but this seems to occur mainly when your projects are rather large. I eventually opted for adding a Data CD with the original photos (as an extra) to my slide show project. In this way the project looked great, and the family could copy from the CD containing the original sizes.
Well, maybe some of this will help. I really recommend contacting the technical support people though. Good luck with your project and don't give up - the end result is going to be great. From: 11407336.

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If you are using windows with anything less than windows vista Home Premium or Windows Vista Ultimate, DVD capabilities are not built in. For example if you using windows XP or vista home basic DVD will not play. You need a decoder. You have a few options. 1. Buy a decoder pack. 2. Download a DVD player software like cyberlink trial version, install it and check how it is functioning for a few days. Buy and install a DVD player software. However, if you upgraded your compuer recently by adding a DVD drive, you may have recieved a Driver CD disk. Check that disk. check whether a trial version of any DVD player software is included. Most chances are there will be one. Once you got everything fine you can call the customer support for the DVD player software and if you are willing to pay, they will provided you with a key or serial number that will change the status of trial version to a fully working version.

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Re-burn your DVD.
The menu should be shown first now when you play the DVD.

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Will not play disk comes up no disk


With the power turned off, open the DVD Player, and then open the top where you load the DVD into the player. Locate the laser lens and notice that the laser is attached to a transport assembly that moves the laser diagonally outward in a slot. 1. Slide this assembly outward to the end of its track. 2. Slide the assembly back inward to the closest inward position. 3. Repeat the process of sliding the assembly outward and then back inward.4. Put in a music CD and let it play all the way through. This helps to calibrate the laser head assembly movement. When the music CD is finished playing. 5. Put in a DVD, and you should have a working unit again This is a factory solution from Mintek that was given to a customer who ask for help with the forever loading disc problems. This solution may work on other models of portable DVD players. Most portable DVD players use this type of transport mechanism. Try this solution it might work for you. I hope this information helps you with your problem.

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My computer is Compaq Presario SR541OF


never ever post email or worse phone numbers here
unless endless spam for 1000 years is fun, or worse. (i deleted that)
use the forum get answers, here or
or better ask at HP , forum. (yah)
https://h30434.www3.hp.com/

no OS stated, is this XP windows. ???
saved it to what, what file name is it this slide show???
names matter big time in who can read them....!!!

burning DVD-R is non trivial
not only that but you never side who is to read this DVD
others, using what? just you, on just this PC?
PhotoImpression by Arcsoft (version what?) is retired now at Arc and HP. its dead, now. for support.
what version photoimpression??? v2? does have burn..


APPLICATIONS ARE EVERYTHING (end use by whom)?
first things first (omg huge list)
Is it XP? OS
if XP at SP3 service pack loaded.
does the PC have DVD burner in it? its marked for that.
does the CD/DVD Reader writer , read CDs ok.>? yes'. no
can it play a movie DVD? ok, if not fix this first.
does any CD-DA music disk (store bought ) play?

did you get and read, PhotoImpression , manual?
i see manuals dated 1999, is that how old this is?

"I go to burn copy , nothing," where do you see BURN>?

page 21 in your manual.
(JPG, BMP, TIF, PCX, TGA).
use JPG, only.

i read you manual, it does not say who can read your slide shows.
nor there format structure.
are only you with this PC and this APP only running slide shows.?
if yes, then you maybe above to put them on a DVD.

Id use free imgburn.
Id use that to burn the DVD-R.
the attempt to read it with the program above.
The best slide shows, (done many) are best done 2 ways.

1: SOFTWARE THAT makes flash video out of the slides.
2: software that makes HTML pages that have thumb nail photos you click,
3: or other software that OTHER unstated people can see...
you never said who must see this slides.
on what PCs
or other serviced,, (end usage matters)

if you want to test a DVD-r
take a folder full of JPG photos.
then using imgburn. bun that folder to the DVD-R> media.
then any one can read it, and with a program called
FastStone Image Viewer 6.3 free
http://www.faststone.org/download.htm

any one can use this client side view. in slide mode, for free.
on PCs only. there are other apps for other PC types, or MAC.

nothing beats this. burner. and is free

http://imgburn.com/index.php?act=download

use this to burn DVD-R.
or CD-R
i fit fails your OS is bad.
your PC is corrupted,virus or worse.
your disks are bad
your DVD driver is bad, (can it read all others good disks)?>

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Slide show hitch using ULEAD


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Black cd


cd would be memerex also best to burd dvd slide shows use nero 8 or 7 to do so looks great with music effects easy to use

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The CDs won't play on any of my DVDs


Most CD/ DVD writing programs I have used ask, "Do you want to use this disk on other devices and computers?" or words to that effect. All you need to do is just put a check in the box. This happens when you are ready to remove the CD or DVD from the drive. Then the program runs a "Finalizing" program before the disk automatically ejects.

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Adding music to a powerpoint presentation


Does the music file play when you click on it? (Drag the sound icon someplace visible on your slide and preview it.)

If it does play when you click on it, you just need to animate the music. The sound file has to be a part of your slide animation--that's what tells it when to start/stop playing. When you insert a sound file, PPT may ask you whether you want it to start automatically or wait to be clicked.

Or, you can right-click an existing sound file and go CUSTOM ANIMATION. Depending on your version of PPT, what happens next will be different. But you should be able to set the sound file to play when the slide displays without being clicked.

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