Pics on DVD!

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CharlesC92

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Im Pretty sure you are able to put Pics. on DVD (y)
But the problem is im not very sure how to do so! (n)
For a CD/DVD burner program i have Roxio! :D
I know u have to finialze disc after your finished putting your Pics into DVD!
I need to know how to put pics on DVD, if u dont mind explaining!
Please Help,
-Charles! :eek:
 

DoubleHelix

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You just burn them as data using whatever application you currently use to burn CDs and DVDs. Or are you trying to make some type of slide show to playback on a standalone DVD player?

I assume you have a DVD burner, right?
 

CharlesC92

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Yea, i basicilly want to view the pics i put on DVD, on my DVD player!
Yes, i do have a dvd burner!
-Thanks,
Charles!
 
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As above, just treat them as data files.

Assuming they are .jpg files, most (but not all) stand-alone DVD players will play them as a slide show (using the "next" remote button to advance).

However be aware that some DVD players are very fussy as to the disk type and brand. Some will play anything, some will only play DVD-R, some DVD+R, some only DVD-RW or +RW etc.

In my experience, the cheaper DVD players seem to be the best, they seem to play almost anything. The expensive ones often seem to have a very selective taste.
 
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kiwiguy said:
In my experience, the cheaper DVD players seem to be the best, they seem to play almost anything. The expensive ones often seem to have a very selective taste.
Too true, I once spent over £100 on a player while a mate of mine got one one for £20, he had no problems whatever DVD CD he put into it but I did, boy was I miffed. ................
 
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