iphoto question!

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  1. aschen_engel

    aschen_engel TPF Noob!

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    I didn't know where to post this so i tossed it here. I had a quick question for those who use iphoto for slideshows and transfering them to dvd in imovie. Well, I created a gorgeous slideshow, plays wonderfully on my computer at work that I made it on, but once I burn it on a cd and watch on another computer it seems to play the photos much quicker then the music unlike I had it before. I tried even burning it on dvd and the same thing happened. Any advice on how to fix this or why it's doing that?
     
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    If you go to the Apple website and search they may have something that will help answer your questions.

    When I make slideshows I do them in idvd and don't have problems. I'm not sure by the way I'm reading your question if you are making them in iphoto and then burning a disc. Try idvd and just transfer the photos and music into the program and see what happens.
     
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    I just got the photos and music timed right ..had to do ALOT of adjusting..
     
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    iPhoto makes gorgeous slideshows. As long as you play them in iPhoto.
    It's called 'lock-in'.
    As iPhoto also inexplicably 'ate' my photos on 2 different Macs, I avoid it like the plague now.
    (Thank God I had good backups!).
     

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