DVD Player

DVD Player

Post by TG9zdCAmIE » Fri, 22 Apr 2005 03:10:04


With my laptop I have a DVD player but not a DVD Recorder. I want to know if
it is possible to copy photos to a CD RW and play that CD on an ordinady CD
player? If yes, how do I proceed?
 
 
 

DVD Player

Post by Jim » Fri, 22 Apr 2005 03:33:35


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It certainly is possible with a CD recorder or a DVD recorder. The first
step, though, is to replace your DVD player with a DVD recorder. Then, you
buy Easy CD Creator or Nero.
Next, you learn how do do what you want with the software you just
purchased.
Jim

 
 
 

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Post by Yves Alari » Fri, 22 Apr 2005 05:59:40

ou can copy photos to a CD-R or CD-RW using XP. This is easy to do, the
steps are given below.
However, you cannot use a CD player to read these files and display them on
your TV. To do this you need a DVD player. Recent DVD players are capable of
reading photo files (.jpg) from a CD (some from CD-R only others from CD-RW
also, and obviously from DVD disks) and display them on a TV. Don't expect
the same quality on your TV as what you have on your PC monitor but it is
decent enough.

To copy photos to CD-R or CD-RW using XP. (01-01-05)



1.. Insert a blank CD-R (or CD-RW) into your CD drive. Wait about 15-20
seconds for XP to recognize that a CD-R has been inserted. A window may
open, with a variety of options in it or no option in it. You don't need any
of the options in this window to copy to a CD-R. There is a Cancel button at
the bottom of this window. Click on it to close this window or click on the
red X square at the top right. If this window does not open, this is fine
just go to step 2.
2.. Click on My Computer and navigate to the folder where your pictures
are located. Open the folder so you can see the files you want to copy.
3.. You now need to select the files you want to copy. Do you want to copy
all the files in the folder? If so, hold the Ctrl key down and press the
letter A. This will select (highlight in blue) all the files in the folder.
If you want to select only some of the files, click on the first file you
want to select. Remove your finger from your mouse and move the mouse
pointer over the second file, hold the Ctrl key down and click on the second
file you want to select. Continue doing this until all the files you want to
copy are selected. Each time a file is selected it will be highlighted in
blue. If the files you want to select are listed in a row, you can do it
this way. Click on the first file, remove your finger from the mouse and
move the mouse pointer over the last file. Hold the Shift key down and click
on the last file you want. All the files between the first and last file you
clicked on will be highlighted in blue.
4.. Once you have selected the files you want to copy, look at the menu on
the left of the selected files. The top menu should be "Picture Tasks". The
last item listed under "Picture Tasks" is "Copy to CD". Click on it. The
other way is to right click on one of the selected pictures. A menu will
open. Click on Send To. Click on your CD drive on the opening list.
5.. The copying process will start (a small window opening at the top of
your screen indicating the progress, wait until completed, also you may not
see this window if you are copying just a few files because the operation is
too fast) and you will get a message, right hand corner bottom of your
screen, "You have files waiting." Click on it.
6.. A window will open. It will show you the photo files you just selected
to copy. Look at the menu on the left and click on "Write these files to CD"
.
7.. A Wizard box will open. Just follow the directions on the screen to
complete the job.
8.. Once you have copied the photos to the CD you may want to copy more to
it in the future. Just insert it instead of inserting a blank CD and follow
the same directions. Just make sure you have enough space on it to add more
photo files. A CD will hold 700 MB but with photo files, don't try to fill
it. Limit to about 200 - 300 photo files per CD and not more than a total of
600
 
 
 

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Post by TG9zdCAmIE » Sat, 23 Apr 2005 06:17:04

hank you so much Yves, you really helped me.

"Yves Alarie" wrote:

 
 
 

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Post by W.D. Parke » Mon, 02 May 2005 01:47:12

You can use the program "Sonic" and create a slide show and make a VCD
(video CD) that will work on most DVD players (if their fairly new).
 
 
 

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Post by cmFuZH » Thu, 10 Nov 2005 05:04:05


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randy