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Returned from Italy a few weeks ago with several hundred digital photo images. The digital photo images have been downloaded from my camera's flashcards to my computer. I have Creator 2009 software. Not interested in creating a fancy slide show at this time. Just want to transfer these images to a DVD not as data but as images that can be shown on a TV using a DVD player. Going on a family vacation and wish to show the photos on a TV. Obviously, a slide show player would have to be included on the DVD. What's the easiest and best way to accomplish this?

 

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Returned from Italy a few weeks ago with several hundred digital photo images. The digital photo images have been downloaded from my camera's flashcards to my computer. I have Creator 2009 software. Not interested in creating a fancy slide show at this time. Just want to transfer these images to a DVD not as data but as images that can be shown on a TV using a DVD player. Going on a family vacation and wish to show the photos on a TV. Obviously, a slide show player would have to be included on the DVD. What's the easiest and best way to accomplish this?

 

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Unless everybody has a DVD player that also plays jpegs, you will have to create a slideshow and burn it to DVD.

 

Since you have C2009 and want something "quick and dirty" you should be able to accomplish it easily with Videowave and myDVD.

 

Launch Videowave and add the photos you want to show. Right click a photo in the storyline and you should get a drop down menu. Select Trim and you should have the option to set the default duration for each slide. You can also add transitions between each slide. Using Save As, save the VW project and exit. Launch myDVD and add the VW project file. You might want to change the menu. Hit burn follow the instructions.

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My thanks for the quick reply. Will do as suggested. I do have a dvd player that reads jpeg. However, I don't know if the dvd player that I will use, where I intend to show the photos, has this capability. If the dvd player does have this capability, how does one go about transfering the jpeg images to dvd?

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My thanks for the quick reply. Will do as suggested. I do have a dvd player that reads jpeg. However, I don't know if the dvd player that I will use, where I intend to show the photos, has this capability. If the dvd player does have this capability, how does one go about transfering the jpeg images to dvd?

 

Simply copy the jpeg files to the DVD using any of the data copy methods from C2009

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