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How to Link Photo Story 3 to the DVD WATCHING ON TV program
May 22, 2012
7:04 pm
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Deborah Foster
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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?

THANK YOU!

Debfoster

May 22, 2012
8:26 pm
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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:

Using DVD Maker

In the video, you add pictures to the DVD.  To add the Photo Story movie, add the .wmv file.

Hope that helps

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