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Nero 6 vision express 3

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Hi, I'm new to the forum, so bear with me if this is in the wrong place or discussion.

I'm trying to get help with Nero 6, Vision Express 3, as we are having problems with projects and .nvc files. We are creating slideshows with audio music, putting on the titles etc and then burning to a DVD. Fine, that works, but when we try and put another slideshow onto the same DVD, it tells us that we have to erase the first project and then it will work.

This is not what we want to do, we want to be able to put several slideshows onto a DVD. Within Nero, there is a contents box, that should allow us to put more than one slideshow in, but because the system seems to save the project as NVC, (not giving us an option to save anywhere else) when trying to bring it over into the contents box, it won't do it.. .therefore not allowing us to create more than one slideshow that we want to disc.

We tried burning two projects to the disc, but this just copied them over and then wouldn't play either in Nero or Windows Media Manager as it didn't recognise the file extention. I've sent an email to Nero, but they haven't responded yet.

Does anyone have any ideas, we have over 1500 digital images of the Bahamas that we would like to set to music and save onto a couple of DVDS/CDs, but without being able to put more than 1 project into the contents, it will be wasted effort. I'm not a computer wizard, so any response needs to be basic information... ie. parrot fashion as I can follow straight forward commands. I've tried to explain the situation as best I can, but I am sure someone will tell me its rubbish...

Any help would be appreciated...

Many thanks in advance
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