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Is it at all possible to create a DVD that I can play in my TV DVD player that contains pdf documents. sort of like a library of documents that I can view on my TV? I am very new to this whole thing so forgive me if this is a stupid question. If it is possible though were can I look to learn how to set it all up?

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Is it at all possible to create a DVD that I can play in my TV DVD player that contains pdf documents. sort of like a library of documents that I can view on my TV? I am very new to this whole thing so forgive me if this is a stupid question. If it is possible though were can I look to learn how to set it all up?

 

 

With Easy Media Creator 9 , you can not create a dvd with pdf files.However you can create a slide show including the photos with backgroung audio and transitions. This project can be burned on to a dvd and you will be able to play it on set top dvd players.

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Is it at all possible to create a DVD that I can play in my TV DVD player that contains pdf documents. sort of like a library of documents that I can view on my TV? I am very new to this whole thing so forgive me if this is a stupid question. If it is possible though were can I look to learn how to set it all up?

Sorry but EMC9 does not have that functionality.

 

I remember reading a post about Sonic eDVD software but I think it is no longer in circulation. I also saw dvdit Pro with eDvd 4.0. But again that appears to have been discontinued. :(

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Not for watching on your TV, but for reading with Acrobat Reader on the PC, I have several CDs (of course they could equally well be on DVDs) of conference proceedings in which each paper is a separate pdf file. In addition there is an index.pdf file (which is the one opened by the autorun on the CDs) that links to the individual files. You can search this in Adobe reader and it offers the links to the relevant places it finds in any of the articles, or you can click on links to articles by title in a Table of Contents contents, or in the author list. I think that such an index pdf is created in Adobe Acrobat (rather expensive).

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