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I loved Photo Shot 3 and your tutorials. I got lost when you said to return to where I downloaded Photo Shot 3, and scroll down and click on “Do More.”
It does not have a “Do More” option. I offers a lot of other digital tools I can download to enhance movie making, but none of them come out and say they will “allow a movie made on computer to be viewed via DVD player on TV”. I am uncertain which program is best to download. I tried WonderShare because it said it would accomplish this. But I asked for the trial version and it isn’t letting me access it. Also I wonder if I do ever figure out how to access it, is THAT the program you recommend? I love the Photo Story 3 and want to use it. I also don’t understand how, if I use Photo Story 3 to make a movie, I then move to the program that will allow it to be played on TV. I hope that was clear. Give me another chance to rephrase the questions if you don’t understand. It is hard to communicate when one doesn’t understand so much.
Lastly, I made a movie and I love it, but what steps would I use to convert it to DVD TV viewable version?
I’m glad you’re liking Photo Story 3!
If you have Windows Vista or Windows 7, you alread have the DVD Maker. Here’s a video on how to use it:
In the video, you add pictures to the DVD. To add the Photo Story movie, add the .wmv file.
Hope that helps