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USe a MAC computer. The MAC software titles that will allow you to create a slideshow and play it on a DVD player is iDVD or iMovie.

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I made my slide show and it does great when I play it on the computer. I burned it to a DVD-R and when I play the DVD on a player it freezes and skips. Tried it on different players and still did the same....


Many computers can play many file formats,
BUT...
Not all DVD players can play all files.
What file format is the slide show saved as?
AVI?
Download a freeware conversion program (if you don't have one) and try another format.
My latest DVD player plays about six video formats, JPG images, but battles with AVI, due to it's many variations of format (dimensions, resolution, color, frame-rate, interleaving, etc).

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I have a yamaha dvd-c750. I have just created a slideshow using iphoto on a Mac, burnt to a TDK DVD +R. Inserted into the DVD drive. Machine tries to load it. Gives a message "unknown disc"? ...


DVD players can be picky with the type of file format that they use. According to an amazon.com review of this player, it does read DVD+RW/+Rs & DVD-RW/Rs so the problem probably resides in your file format.

The problem is probably the fact that the DVD Player does not recognize the file format of your Mac slide show. The computer recognizes this format, as it plays the slide show. The DVD player recognizes JPG file formats, which is the standard format of a picture.

If a DVD is made with JPG Files, not your slide show files, it will display thumbnails of each picture, allowing the choice of what picture to view.

If the slide show is a must, try to save it to a video file format, such as a *.mpg or *.avi which are common video file formats. These files would be movies of the slide show that you have made.

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Hi, I have been loading pics onto my new Digital Photo Frame. I've loaded the pics just fine, however, the pics will slide by just fine, then the next slide says "No Support", then I have pics,...


Hi bon_kahlua_r,

It means that your Digital Photo Frame might not have support for the file formats of some pictures that you saved. Most Digital Photo Frame supports *.jpg formats. Please check the manual of your Digital Photo Frame as well as the files that your saved. Right-click on the pictures that are not supported then Click Properties. You should be able to see the file format of the picture then compare it to the Frame's manual if it's supported.

Thanks

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I have an older DVD player. COBY DVD-404. I downloaded pictures from my camera to my computer onto a DVD-R disc and then again onto a DVD+RW disc. Neither disc would play on my player. It comes up on...


Your 'old' DVD player is the problem. It is unable to 'read' picture files. Time to put the COBY away and upgrade to a DVD player that can read .jpg, .jpeg images. Most new players do and they are not that expensive.

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The pictures will not show up on the MP3 Player


Open the picture in Paint under windows accessories, then go to the file menu and click "save as" and save the picture as a jpg. Then pick a folder to save it in and copy that onto your player into the image folder. that should do it.

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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.
If it says ROM, then it is not a burner.

Best DVD or CD discs is Verbatim brand (OfficeMAX, best price).

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How come some images i put onto my Philips Go Gear don't show?


check the picture properties to see if it is in the right format....like if it says GIF, use paint and save it as JPEG.

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How can I see a Microsoft Power Point slide show, size 3.30MB ?


Unless your picture frame supports Power point files you can't load it straight on to it, but you could try this.
  1. Open the powerpoint file in MS Powerpoint (or download the free powerpoint viewer)
  2. Use the Print Screen button (also marked PrtSc) to copy the screen to the clipboard
  3. Paste into a picture program (such as MS Paint, free with Windows)
  4. Save the files as a JPEG
  5. Load these onto the picture frame
Hope this helps

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DVD Player says "No Disk"


you do at this file save as mpeg format and save in system and next you writting well

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It seems you need the DELUXE version to burn to CD slideshow: “This deluxe edition lets you burn photo slide shows onto CDs that you can watch on TV with family and friends using most DVD players.”

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