There lots of slide shows out there and I have few loaded, although I have my favourite. They all so far as I can tell generate a slide 'movie', so that when burned to disk and put into a DVD player it simply runs.
I make shows for members of a group so that we can have travel 'movies' that's fine
Now one of them has asked - 'Is it possible to put images in a disk' so that the player will load each one individually one at a time on command from the remote so that the host can talk about individual images at various length and then move on just like slides in a projector
I have a notion this is possible but cant get it to come to the front of my addled brain. Any clues any one?
De Marcus™ said 'Unless of course you know the make and model, then we can find out for definite.'
There are two players available to use- each are cheapies [£20- from ASDA]one is Philips 520/05 the other is a Samsung- model unknown - I have found these cheaper machines have greater disk format capabilities than some of the more costly ones- that may do a better job but on a restricted range of disk types.
Stuartli- thats an intersting thought for me to play with .
A quick look at your manual (found click here ) states that it supports jpeg cd/cd-r in the JPEG/ISO 9660 format. So basically a data CD with pictures on will work, the manual states that normal user functions will work when previewing a picture cd, i.e. pause, next, backwards, etc, etc. You select the pictures you want start viewing from the tree console on the left (not unlike a pc). The DVD player also has a 12 photo preview console and zoom function.