Viewing JPG Images on a TV DVD

  thegreypanther 12:06 19 May 2006

Is there a SIMPLE program that will allow me to burn JPG image files onto a DVD disc, and then watch the images as a slide show (manually operated) on a DVD player connected to a Television?
The DVD player on my TV allows JPG files on a CD-ROM to be played. But I find this to be very unreliable, and the images are cycled through "automatically" with an unacceptably long time interval.
I use ProShow Gold to create multi-media slideshows, and am delighted with this program. However, i would ideally like to have "straight" JPG files on a DVD disc, which I can then view on a TV with the images being manually avanced. Is this possible?

  GANDALF <|:-)> 14:53 19 May 2006

Most DVD players have this facility built into them....the 2 that I own can show pics as a slide show.


  Stuartli 20:59 20 May 2006

The CD-Rs which contain my .jpeg files (they are added as required using Nero in multisession mode until the disk is full) can be played on my Kiss DVD player either as a manual (using remote) or automatically advanced slide show.

  De Marcus™ 22:48 20 May 2006

Try burning a cd with just your jpegs on (no folders) and playing it. When the first pic comes up, pause it, and then use the back and forward buttons on the remote to view for as long as you like. You could also try adjusting the slideshow settings on your dvd player, presuming it has them.

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