Even though my presentation isn't  professional , I did save it as high end, so the video is at 
least quality.  
I discovered that when I record with VideoCue Pro, I need to have the files I drag&drop be 
located in the same folder, so when I go back to edit, it can find them again, otherwise they end 
up as black placeholders only.  A popup screen appears saying the list of files used are not found. 
It would make sense to not move files from the default saved location (usually in Documents). 
My mistake was that I loaded all the attached files on my Desktop and then moved them to a 
folder later.  
Brian Novak of Vara Software, pointed out the following: 
 If you put all files in the same folder with your .vcue file, or even if you put an images 
folder in the same folder,  do this: 
        MyDirectory/MyProject.vcue 
        MyDirectory/images/First.jpg 
        MyDirectory/images/Second.jpg 
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