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Not really, if you burned the slide show to a disc, they were converted to an mpg2 quality; good enough for TV and monitor but not anywhere good enough to print. :)


If you want to try, put the mpg file back on your computer (I hope it is already there). You can open the disc and copy the VOB files to your hard drive. Rename the VOB files to mpg (this usually works). Now open VideoWave and in the selector, right click on the mpg file. You will get a pop-up screen with one option as "extract image". Go to one you want and extract it, save it to a location on your hard drive. You can try to use PhotoSuite to fix it and then print it. My guess is that you will not be happy. :huh:


I made a slideshow using photos I downloaded to my harddrive in jpeg.

The photos were deleted.

I still have the slideshow.

Is there a way I can extract or download individual photos from the slideshow so I can make prints of it?

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Which program did you use to burn the slideshow?


If you used DVD Builder, did you select the option to burn the originals to the DVD? If so, I think you should have a separate folder on that DVD that contains the original pictures.


If you used MyDVD to create a slideshow, I'm not certain what that burns to a DVD. (anyone know?)


As you've now learned the hard way, always burn your original pictures to a DATA CD or DVD as a backup.

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