While in PSE10's slide show editor and attempting to save changes that I have made to the order of slides or to the text(i.e., spelling errors), I am told that the save will not occur because, "An error occurred while reading files or writing files to disc. The disc may be full or there may be a problem with the source media." I have attempted to save the project both from the file "Save As" and the Shortcuts bar without any success.
After my first save using the Shortcuts Tool Bar, I am told by PSE10 that
the slide show is saved in my Media Browser with today's date. Subsequent
"Save the Project" attempts give me the Error message and doesn't save any
of my changes.
The slide show that I was initially able to successfully save, (which had
the errors that I wished to correct later and couldn't save) appears in my
Media Browser. I assume that is somewhere located in my PC but I'm not sure
where PSE10 places these files. After successfully saving it initially, I
then created a wma file which I saved to an external HD with 1T of storage
capability. I was also asked if I wished to have it added to my Media
Browser and I had that done. It appears in my Media Browser next to the
slide show thumbnail.
In thumbnail view in the Organizer you can find all of your saved projects by typing PSESS into the search box. After selecting a slide in the timeline simply click the Edit Text button, make your amendment and click OK. Then press Ctrl+S to re-save or simply click Save project on the menu bar.
In thumbnail view in the Organizer you can find all of your saved projects by typing PSESS into the search box.
After selecting a slide in the timeline simply click the Edit Text button, make your amendment and click OK. Then press Ctrl+S to re-save or simply click Save project on the menu bar.
The comment about using ".psess" to find the slide shows in the PSE
Organizer prompted me to use it in Organizer and then subsequently to have
my PC search for that extension on my computer's hard drive. When the
search was complete, I discovered that I had some files by the names I had
"saved" the slide shows with but that these files' size were shown as "0" .
After comparing the slide shows that I was having difficulty with, in saving
or even deleting, and the ones that I was having no problem with, I then
deleted the "0" file size ones on my PC. Afterwards I tried the remaining
slide show files and found that I could save changes in them. I'm not sure
how the original slide show files became corrupted, but now I am now back to
being able to save my change by using "save the project" or the Control-S.
Thanks for the assist.
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