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I put all my pictures on a dvd as a slide show using Nero. Is a possible to get them off the dvd back to the computer in the original format

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You must first copy them to a file on the harddrive. put the dvd in- access it throught windows explorer, then drag and drop the pictures into a newfolder (desktop folder-easy to find later). once you have them in the folder , you can access that file with any graphics software to convert .

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I HAVE DOWNLOADED A MOVIE ON THE COMPUTER AND COPIED IT TO DVD BUT IT WILL NOT PLAY ON MY VCR CAN YOU TELL ME WHY OR WHAT TO DO I HAVE AN HP COMPUTER WITH VISTA AND A JVC ALL COMPATABLE VCR MODEL NO...


hi, possible reason is that you just copy it in a format that are not supported by your vcr, try to copy it in a dvd using a dvd maker software like nero, or roxio dvd creator.

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How to Rip/Copy a DVD to a Backup Image (ISO/MDS) using DVD Shrink


In this tip , I will show you how to backup your DVD's to your computer or to burn them to another disc using DVD Shrink. This is very useful if you have DVD's that YOU OWN but don't want the original to get damaged or if you would like to watch it on your PC.

Note that it is illegal to copy any DVD if your do not own the original. (Check your country's copyright laws)

Firstly , you will need the program. CLICK HERE to go to the download site.

For the program's main page CLICK HERE

DVD Shrink is freeware but if you want , you may make a donation which will help with the upkeep of the program by clicking HERE.

Once downloaded , insert your DVD into the DVD drive of your computer and open the program. Now click on the Open Disc icon and select the DVD you inserted into the drive from the drop down menu.

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In my case , I will be using a an original disc of a popular series. Press okay once you have selected the disc you want to backup. The disc will now be analyzed which should not take more than 5min.

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Once complete , the program will display the basic layout of the DVD.

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Here , you can choose to remove certian objects from the DVD to save space. Most comercial DVD's are written on single sided double layer DVD9 discs which can hold 8GB of video. You will probably want to write it to a normal 4.7Gb single sided single layer disc. For this to be possible , the quality of the video must be reduced. Thus , the more extra's you can remove , the more space will be available for video leading to better video quality. The program automatically adjusts the video to fit onto a 4.7 Gb disc.

For instance on the disc I have inserted , I decided to remove the director's comments as well as the Norwegian Subtitles to save space. It's never really necessary to remove the subtitles as they occupy very little space anyways.

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It's also not necessary to have more than one sound track on the disc. If you are going to be playing your DVD on your 5.1 sound system , there is no use for the 2.1 sound and you may remove it.

The aim is to get the compression ratio as big as possible as this will govern the quality of the backup.

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You can also edit the the movie in re author mode which can save much more space on the disc , but I will be demonstrating this in another tip to keep this one as simple as possible.

Once you are done unchecking unnecessary extra's on the disc , select the backup button.

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You will not get the backup dialog screen. Here you may choose how the disc is backed up and where the backup is stored. I prefer backing up to a ISO image file as I can either watch it on my PC using a virtual DVD drive like Deamon Tools Lite or write it to a disc later using most burning software. If you are using Nero burning software , you will be able to burn the disc directly from the following screen under the format options.

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Just below the "Backup Target" format , you may select where on your computer the file should be stored.

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When your done , select OK and the backup will start. This should take anywhere from 30min to 2h depending on the quality of the rip and the length of the video.

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Uncheck the "enable video preview" button to speed up the ripping process.

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You may burn this image with most burning software or on Windows Vista or later , simply double click on the image to burn it with the Windows Built in burner.

Please remember to rate this tip if you found it useful.

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StephanSA

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Please refer to the link below for more details on DVD formats:
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How can I burn pictures onto a DVD, so ot can be


If you have a DVD burner you can use the burning software that came with the unit. Maybe "Sonic" or "Nero".
Start the burning software and drag add drop your pictures into the "burn window".

Check your DVD front door to see if it says DVD Writer or DVD ROM.
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Best DVD or CD discs is Verbatim brand (OfficeMAX, best price).

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I cant get movies I made on msn movie maker to download on to the light scribe cd. Also the pictures cd's wont play on an independent machine, only on the computer.


Maybe you'll need a cd/dvd burner like Nero 9 or maybe the Nero 7 would do...
that's the best application for burning movies you make... and slide show pictures...
be also aware of the formats you used in saving your work in msn movie maker.... use (.avi) in save as type:


i hoped it helped you tnx...

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I bought a Memorex Multi Format DVD Recorder, had a friend install it and copy my homemade DVD slide show that was produced by another friend from photos of ours. Now I want to copy more for gifts. I...


it will be easy for you to make a copy you can use programs like roxio or nero just put the disc in you dvd drive and a autoplay should pop up. if not go to my computer and poen it. useing the software to make CD`s DVD`s and MP3`s you should fined a disc copy then follow the on screen dierctions

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Try uploading to your PC then converting it to AVI this keeps quality of video. Then if you want to download to a disk use Nero to convert it to VOB (DVD format) and burn off. You can also use Nero to erase the disk. (Nero 7 or more recent preferably.) You must also be sure you PC DVD read write head can take the DVD +/- RW. CHeck compatability.

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How do I burn a CD with my pictures, then show them on my computer? Can and how do I delete the pictures on the computer?


Your question was not quite clear "then show them on my computer"


1.) You can use a third program software like nero.
To use nero, you have to "purchase" it first, then install nero, then open "Nero burning ROM" application usually either under
"program files\Ahead\Nero\Nero Burning Rom\nero.exe"
or
Program Files\Nero\...\Nero Burning Rom\Nero.exe

Select the option CD-ROM Iso, then select multi session(if you want to add pictures later) or no multisession (if you dont want to add pictures later)::: For example, your CD takes abour 700MB of data, but you only have 10 pictures @ 30MB or so then you most likely to use multisession.::: Then click on the "new" button to start compiling your cd.

Then you can add your files into your compilation. You can give your CD a name by either double clicking on the little disk icon to your right in the first nero and changing the name OR by selecting "File" from the menu, then selecting the "Compilation properties" option, then click on the "Label" tab, and change your cd's name there.

All you have to do now, after you have given your cd a name and added files to the compilation is to find and click on the "burn" icon located in the nero bar below the "file, edit, new menus".


2.)If you have installed nero, you can also use Nero smart start 2 complile your CD. Benefis: Much quicker and easier to use.

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