transfer digital photos to enable view on TV

  wjrt 22:30 08 Sep 2005
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please advise best method to burn digi photos to play thru DVD on TV
thanks

  Diodorus Siculus 22:31 08 Sep 2005

Nero has a fairly good option for this.

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  Stuartli 22:55 08 Sep 2005

If you burn your .jpeg files in slide show form on a CD-R (use multisession to allow you to add more files and thus use all the available disk space) then they should be reproduced by most recent DVD players.

In fact my two-year-old Kiss DVD player does it automatically.

  DieSse 23:03 08 Sep 2005

Many DVD players will play them if you just copy them to a CD. Mine does - they show up on the screen in an "explorer-like" display, and you can browse through them as you wish. You can use folders, too - just as you would in the PC.

  johnnyrocker 23:59 08 Sep 2005

what graphics card do you have?


johnny.

  wjrt 14:15 09 Sep 2005

laptop has 128mb ati radeon 9700pro

  jack 15:33 09 Sep 2005

As discussed straight copying of the images to CD-R
will run on most modern DVD players [there are some that are fussy]

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  woodchip 15:35 09 Sep 2005

Make all photos Jpeg before you burn

  Bagsey 18:25 09 Sep 2005

I can recommend this program for producing SVCD, VCD, that will play on DVD players, Recorders. .
click here
I found that my recorder wont play VCDs but will play SVCDs whilst my neighbours machine works the other way round. This trial program allows you to test all of the facillities but the slide show is limited to 50 photos. I am well satisfied with thew slide show results that I am getting . I havent beaten the sound side yet as that is a foriegn field to me.

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