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Someone please HELP ME!!! I have used the free version of Photostage several times to make videos for loved ones to play at funeral of a loved one. I have never had a problem before. But of course, this time I have a very short  amount of time to create the slideshow....the funeral is TOMORROW!

I don't understand why, but the video hangs up, just stops at every transition between photos. I tried  taking out the transitions I had put between the photos. No luck. I removed the music from the audio track. Still no luck. When you start the slideshow it goes fine until it stops between first photo and second photo and just stays frozen there. I manually clicked on the video button to start the video after it hung on the first two, Moved the slider past that and tried again. NO LUCK..... for the love of GOD, will someone help me? If I don't show up with this video at the funeral tomorrow, they're going to bury me right along side the desceased!

 

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Hello Manyponies. in this case, you may want to test exporting the slideshow to your computer and test if the exported video works as expected. Also, you may want to save the project and restart the program. Test creating other slideshows and confirm if the issue happens only with that one slideshow you are working with.  If the issue remains, you may want to contact the NCH Software support team for assistance.

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I purchased Photo Page professional 6 and realized you can not burn a DVD of the slide show. I cant find anything on the website to tell me what I need to purcahse to do this.

I also was interested in an upgrade but there is NO were to ask a sales question 

 

Joseph Gauthier 

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Hello, 

The program does have the option for you to burn to a DVD, all you need to do is go to ¨Export¨ and from the options choose the ¨DVD movie disc¨ then select the burning settings and you should be able to burn the slideshow into a DVD. 

Good luck!

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