A 300 dpi scanned jpeg resulted in an image size of approx. 750kb to 900kb
A 600 dpi scanned jpeg resulted in an image size of approx. 1.5mb to 3.0mb
A 3600 dpi scanned jpeg resulted in an image size of approx. 44mb to 70mb (huge)
So far the use of Roxio EMC 9 MYDVD and Classic fail with the 3600 dpi scanned jpeg. (50mb image). The burning process with MYDVD of all 48 jpegs hangs/freezes my PC and the only way out is a hard power off. I burned a multimedia CD with Creator Classic using three jpegs of different sizes and I got an image load error on my CD player with the 3600 dpi scanned image.
So, my questions are rather simple. What is the jpeg size limit for the different Roxio EMC suite products? Is there a maximum number of jpegs that can be burned and still stay with the media size limitation?
I know www.scancafe.com will scan 35mm slides at 3,000 dpi and create a DVD so I am assuming (I hate that word) that large jpegs can be played back on a DVD player. That could possibly mean that Creator Classic also has problems with large jpegs.
Any comments and recommendations?
Edited by Big_Dave, 27 August 2007 - 12:58 PM.