Saving Files

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Saving Files

Postby bstevens » Fri Dec 03, 2010 3:58 pm

Can somebody tell me if, after opening the VideoRay Data folder on the desktop and choosing an imagery folder, it possible to save the file directly to a flash drive or CD?
I know I can save the movie or photos to a CD from Windows Movie Maker, but I do a lot of work on a Mac Power Book and am wondering if I can skip this step.

Thanks for the help.
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Re: Saving Files

Postby tom_glebas » Mon Dec 06, 2010 10:07 am

Files can be copied to a flash drive or a CD the same way you copy any other files - drag-n-drop or copy-n-paste. This will result in the files being stored on the new media in their native format. You will not be able to play them, for example in a DVD player.

If you want to create a VCD or DVD, you will need a tool like Windows Movie Maker. The Pro 4 includes lite versions of Cyberlink PowerDirector and PowerProducer, which can also be used. PowerDirector is more for editing, and PowerProducer more for building the DVD menu structure.

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