@ Robert ,I will try to make the instructions clearer .
Unless you are going to use "Make Movie" disregard the first set of instructions for that .
This is the easy question . If you select "Make Movie" you get 4 Tabs.
If you select "Make Photo Slide Show (DVD)" you get 2 tabs.
Robert , I didn't check the difference on these 2 tabs when I switched from "Make Movie" to "Make Photo Slide Show (DVD)" .
With "Make Movie" it is "Show Timeline"
With "Make Photo Slide Show (DVD)" it is "Show Audio".
I thought that would be the same on naming since the Nero Vision screens look the same in this area.
"Show Audio" is the correct one to use .
This shows the "Fit slide show duration to audio duration" before the Audio is Added:
The image below shows the "Fit slide show duration to audio duration" available after the Audio is Added: You need to check it.
The ADD button is not in the "More" section .
This also shows the location of the Add button:
This is from the first set of instructions . It is only there if you use :
The set you wanted are the second set for:
"Make Photo Slide Show (DVD)"
Yes . Since you want to create a DVD . This is just to make sure it is not set on one of the other options.
That is so you don't get a Menu created by Nero .
Since you are going to use a conversion program to convert the DVD Folder & files to a .mp4 . The conversion wouldn't have a menu.
So no need to create one.
I'm a bit confused with :
"uploaded the finished article (DVD Movie format) onto YouTube"
I don't think that will work .
You need to convert to a format that YouTube accepts.
I used Nero Recode for the conversion .
You said you had used & planned to use 'Any Video Converter' .
If that is correct then you need to use it to create an .mp4 audio/video file.
Did you test the "(DVD Movie format)" in any Media Player you have before you tried to upload it to YouTube ?
I always check any A/V I create with a Media Player .
The reason is ; If it doesn't work on your OS Medi Player like you expect. It isn't going to work on YouTube.
So Open the (DVD Movie format) in a Media Player & see if it works as expected.
If it does then you probably just need to convert it to .mp4 .
If not something went wrong.
So start over with the second set of instructions.