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Converting an .ink file to DVD

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by kkeastman61, Aug 17, 2010.

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  1. kkeastman61

    kkeastman61 Thread Starter

    Aug 17, 2010
    I have taken a few hundred pictures and music and put them in the Windows Movie Maker, intending to make a DVD for my high school class reunion. I have spent untold hours (months) putting it together to perfection. Now I want to burn it to a DVD, and find out that it's an .ink file, and that it's not compatible for that type of media.
    (I'm not sure what it's point is then?) Anyway, my classmates are getting ready to burn my house down, waiting for their DVD. A friend told me to download a free program called ConvertXtoDVD, but I don't see .ink as one of the conversion options. Any suggestions?

    ~Ready to cry my eyes out in Henderson
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