> Hi John
> Thanks for taking the trouble to reply. Using Windows Movie Maker and
> burning with DVD Flick worked just fine for my purposes. For your
> info DVD Flick will not burn files created with Windows Photostory3
> (Codec problem).
Sorry, I should have mentioned that you
can import the PhotoStory .wmv files into
Movie Maker and when you save them
from there they will work.
> What does annoy me is that I have spent good money on converting to
> Vista only to have to use other software to do a job that is supposed
> to be part of the OS in the first place. Vista shouts Multi Media but
> soemtimes fails.
> Why cannot MS sort out these small niggles. This burning problem is
> well known and has been around a long time.
Easy way out is just to search for solutions
that do work.
John Inzer MS-MVP
Digital Media Experience
This is not tech support
I am a volunteer
Solutions that work for
me may not work for you
Proceed at your own risk