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Is there any way I can take a memorial tribute that I created in videowave and burned in Disk copier and send it to an SD picture card so that it can be viewed in a digital picture frame? I told my friend Iw as pretty sure that you couldn't but you people have worked wonders with my problems so i thought I'd ask.

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Is there any way I can take a memorial tribute that I created in videowave and burned in Disk copier and send it to an SD picture card so that it can be viewed in a digital picture frame? I told my friend Iw as pretty sure that you couldn't but you people have worked wonders with my problems so i thought I'd ask.

 

If your SD picture card is able to play video then you might be able to do it.

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If your SD picture card is able to play video then you might be able to do it.

 

 

lol are you serious or making fun of me? I know you can record movies to one but a production I'm not sure of. If you can, how would you go about it?

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lol are you serious or making fun of me? I know you can record movies to one but a production I'm not sure of. If you can, how would you go about it?

 

Actually, it depends on what your digital picture frame is capable of. If it can display a video file, then you need to know what kind. Then in VideoWave, Output your production to that type of video file. Then copy it to the SD card. You shouldn't need to use Disc Copier at all. Just copy that video file to the SD like any other file.

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lol are you serious or making fun of me? I know you can record movies to one but a production I'm not sure of. If you can, how would you go about it?

 

 

I wasn't making fun of you. I didn't ask the question correctly - what I meant is "if your digital picture frame" is able to play video. If it can't then obviously it can't be done.

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