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Need Convert This Data Photoshow To Video Mode Dvd

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I exported 4 photoshows as .wmv onto a flash drive (took 16+ hours) & have gone to 2 places to try to make a dvd that will play on most dvd players & not just on computers. a seemingly knowing Kinkos person says the photoshow is now in data mode, which only works on computers, and I need to have it converted to video mode to work on dvd players for showing on TV screens. I was unable to get the photoshows to burn...it would always error out 404, etc. so that's why I did the export feature, just so I could get the shows off my computer.

Please help...I need this to work by Friday.

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I exported 4 photoshows as .wmv onto a flash drive (took 16+ hours) & have gone to 2 places to try to make a dvd that will play on most dvd players & not just on computers. a seemingly knowing Kinkos person says the photoshow is now in data mode, which only works on computers, and I need to have it converted to video mode to work on dvd players for showing on TV screens. I was unable to get the photoshows to burn...it would always error out 404, etc. so that's why I did the export feature, just so I could get the shows off my computer.

Please help...I need this to work by Friday.

 

 

It doesn't sound like you have exported the Shows as wmv.

 

Right click on the file and select properties. If the file type is "application" you must re-export as a wmv file. If it is a video with the file extension in parenthesis () you should be able to burn in to disc.

 

Try to play the file in a player like Windows Media Player 11.

 

 

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It doesn't sound like you have exported the Shows as wmv.

 

Right click on the file and select properties. If the file type is "application" you must re-export as a wmv file. If it is a video with the file extension in parenthesis () you should be able to burn in to disc.

 

Try to play the file in a player like Windows Media Player 11.

 

 

Thanks for your input...it plays on my computer fine, but I need to have a dvd that can play on someone's regular dvd players & this one won't...we've tried 3 different dvd players so far & none of them will play it.

 

Thanks for your input...it plays on my computer fine, but I need to have a dvd that can play on someone's regular dvd players & this one won't...we've tried 3 different dvd players so far & none of them will play it.

 

 

I right clicked & it says TYPE: Windows Media Video File

size 1.34MB

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