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Ad sound voice to pictures on disk

by billstott / July 17, 2006 4:55 PM PDT

I am running a Late HP2.60Ghz intel with cable.CD=RW/DVE-CDROM combo drive, Hp750xi printer, 19 inch Sylvania moitor.

I would like to put voice with my pictures on disk, as I run them on the living room TV, CD for everyone to view? Maybe music on some.

I am looking for a shortcut, as my mind seems to be gettiin a little limited anymore.

Thanks,
Bill Stott

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You may ..
by PKsteven / July 17, 2006 5:07 PM PDT
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Or, what about
by MarkFlax Forum moderator / July 17, 2006 6:35 PM PDT
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Windows Movie Maker?

You can add a narration to a timeline.

But I'm not sure how this would play from a CD on your TV set.

Mark

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Problem with MM
by PKsteven / July 18, 2006 3:15 AM PDT
In reply to: Or, what about

Hi Mark, just thought i'd mention, the problem with Movie Maker, which I chose not to suggest is that it is a resource hog of an app. I didn't figure the 60ghz pc would handle this. PhotoStory 3 has all the effects , sounds, add naration, and easily played on TV, etc...of Movie Maker and for their purpose is far easier to use. For my picture CDs, I use PS3 all the time, it's easy, fast and it has enough features to make it enjoyable to watch. Actually PS3 is a breakdown of movie maker with it's own purpose. For video, then yes there would be no choice but to go elsewhere.

hope this helps,

Paul

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Sounds good to me
by MarkFlax Forum moderator / July 18, 2006 5:32 AM PDT
In reply to: Problem with MM

I have only ever used WMM once, and I remember that it was a resource hog, so I quite agree with you.

Mark

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