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DVD Making I am having trouble making a DVD that will play on my DVD Player at home.

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  • lds996 Jun 10, 2008

    I am using Photo Story 3 for windows.

  • Vikas Jatwani
    Vikas Jatwani May 11, 2010

    Which DVD making software are you using Nero, Roxio or any other ?


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Hi, p[lease follow these instruction religously::

  1. Insert a blank recordable DVD into your DVD burner.
  2. Use Photo Story 3 for Windows to create the story you want. On the Save your story page, you will have options "Save your story for playback on your computer", "Send the story in an e-mail message" and etc. If you scroll down to the last option listed, it will say "Save your story to a DVD for playback on your home DVD player". That is the option you need to choose to burn the slideshow on DVD. Click Next to temporarily save the photo story.
  3. On the Completing Photo Story for Windows page, click Continue and save your story to a DVD for playback on your home DVD player.
  4. In the Create a DVD dialog box, put in the DVD Title and Video Title as well as choose the DVD burner you desired if you have more than one DVD burner installed. Click Create DVD to start the buring process.

Please note: Sonic DVD for Photo Story 3 can only burn DVDs. It does not burn CDs. Also, only one story can be burned on each DVD.
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