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Windows Vista Security: Praxisorientierte Sicherheit für Profis by Marcus Nasarek

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Creating Video DVDs with Windows DVD Maker
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Opening and Burning Saved Projects
You can open saved projects using the Search box on the Start menu. Click Start and
then type
video into the Search box to see a list of all videos and related video project
files. Double-click the .msdvd project file you want to open. Windows Vista will then
start Windows DVD Maker and open the selected project file for editing.
In Windows DVD Maker, you can open saved projects by completing the following
steps:
1. On the “Add pictures and video to the DVD” page, click File and then click
Open Project File. This displays the Open Project dialog box.
2. In the Open Project dialog box, the last folder location you used for saving
project files is opened by default. If this isn’t the folder you want to use, browse
to the folder containing the saved project file.
3. Click the project file and click Open. Windows DVD Maker will then read the
project file and begin adding the items it references. As shown in Figure 10-20,
the progress of this import process is tracked in the Add Items dialog box.
Figure 10-19. The message that Windows DVD Maker displays when the disc is ready
Figure 10-20. Opening a saved project

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