kiwihans wrote:Yes, I am still using DVD WS. I am using it with Win 7 Ultimate. There was quite a process to get this to work, but this is how to go about it......
Make sure that DirectX 9 gets installed. Once you have installed the DVDWS install disk completely, rigtht click the DVDWS shortcut and click properties. Go to the compatibility tab and set to Windows XP SP3. Unclick "Disable Desktop Composition" otherwise a preview can crash the program.
Windows 7 lacks the d3drm.dll file and you need to do a google search and download this file. This needs to go into the DVDWS2 program folder.
I was going to buy DVD MovieFactory Pro 7 as I was assured by Corel Support that this is the same application as DVDWS. Needlless to say this is totally untrue!!!
I am holding onto DVDWS as long as I can until I absolutely have to go HD video.
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