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I can't burn phothos

When i try to burn jpg fiels it wont let me, he wont to save it as an inage file and not ask me for insert an empty anyone knows why? thanks

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Transfered pics to DVD ,will not play through my dvd player to tv. Do I need to re-format and how/?

There could be a few problems here. First, different video players only accept certain types of disks that you can burn on. The older the player, the fewer options there will likely be.

DVD Players also only read certain types of files. So, there is no one way to tell what to use without first knowing the dvd player make and model. Common file types that are acceptable for pictures are jpg and gif. Jpeg is a universal type file, and it can be edited in almost any program.

After you find out what kinds of image files your player can read, your best bet is to use whatever software that came with your dvd burner.

The older the burner, the more likely it will be that you have to use the software that came with it. It would be under programs, and if you are not a frequent user, you may never even have opened the software.

Ugh, right? Media Player will also burn pictures to dvds, and you can even use my computer to burn pictures as long as you have them saved in the right file type.

If you are using dvd r disks, you have to finish or finalize them before trying to play them. Recording on those is a one shot deal.

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I want to burn music from MP3 Rocket. It is downloaded but cannot find ANY info on the steps to burn onto CDs.

Open the music you want to burn in Windows Media player... at the top you will find an option to burn the files to disc - this will create an Audio disc that can be played in any CD player.

If you want to back up the Mp3s as data files you should simply insert an empty CD a window will pop up asking you what you want to do - select add files to CD (burn data CD) and then select the MP3s you want to burn... these files will not play on normal CD players.

If this helped you then please help me and vote kindly.

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Hi there, whenever I try to burn a DVD using nero

The Nero is out of date. It is the exact problem which once I faced. Update it online.

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Save the picture as .jpg
go to save as and make sure the extention is .jpg
all operating systems accept .jpg
other extentions may not work on some operating systems
you can rename the file later if you want

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Need help converting avi files to vcd format

the best way to convert this file is to use roxio easy media creater suite 10. Use vcd option select any file it converts and burn...


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I'd like to know how to retrive the trailers that i've downloaded

Depending on what files you want to burn to CD. If it is just Data then insert a blank CD and open with nero, choose burn data cd. In the window that comes up next browse your computer for the files that you want to burn, then click on add, once you have added all of the files that you want to burn click finished. Another window will come up with the option to name the cd and for you to decide on whether this cd will be for use with your computer only or with all/most cd players you should also be given the choice as to whether or not you want to make the cd a multi session cd (meaning that you can add more data to it at a later time, please note though that if you do add more data to the cd at a later date do not rename the cd otherwise it will not work.) Once you have chosen your desired options then click on burn to burn the cd.

If you are not sure where your downloaded files have been saved then run a search in windows for the files and make a note of where they are.

I hope this helps

Dec 15, 2008 | Ahead Software Nero 6.0 (60045) for PC

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Too big picture...

Try double click on the picture you want to open. Then:

goto "file"

"save as"

type in the file name you want to save it as

then look a little further down in the same box, and click the arrow on the right

a drop menu should appear

save file as .pdf

see if that changes the way it saves it as a pdf.

Lemme know!


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Burning avi files to dvd

try version 8 works alot better!

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Saving Photo Images on a CD.

What burning program are you using?

When you say you see files on the screen, what are they called? I really want to know what comes after the ".", as in xxx.jpg or xxx.psd.

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