I looked at that program a few months ago on a friends computer. If I remember correctly, when you are getting ready to burn a screen comes up asking you to choose "movie for TV or computer".Other than that I am clueless..as usual.
Dang, I really sound old, I started cruising in 1978. I don't look at the old pictures nearly enough, it's fun to look back at the time that I looked good in a bikini and had hair. Alas, that was a long time ago. I think being digital helps, you can look at pictures without having to dig through the closets. It does amaze me at the size of the ships. A 650 passenger ship was huge when I started cruising.
A few years ago I started a scrap book on all my cruises. I started dedicating two pages to each cruise. I quickly cut it down to one page. On each page I put a cruise ship sticker at the top, and above the sticker put the number cruise that it was. My cruise card goes on the page, a picture of the person who traveled with me on that cruise, usually a picture or postcard of the ship, pictures of each port. Below the sticker I print the ship's name. I sometimes will write information of GT of ship and passenger capacity. If the ship has been renamed I might even put her original name.
I was looking at my scrapbook at Christmas with my father. My first cruise in 1981 was with my mother who passed away in 1996. Page 1 of my scrapbook says "My First Cruise", Under the picture of my Mom it says "My MOM went with me". No one can take away your memories.