Question about Adobe Photoshop 7.0 for PC
Roxio Creator Basic v9 does not work with jpg files. I want to burn a disk of family jpg pics BUT the Roxio Creator Basic v9 only shows the following type of files: .gi, .iso, .udi, .cue, .c2d files none of which I ever heard of. When I try to force it to view a jpg it changes it from a .jpg to a ".ink" (whatever that is).
My jpg files show fine in MS Explorer and MS Window Photo Gallery.
How can I get it to show and copy my jpg files???
The "burn image" option you are getting into is for burning full CDs of data, like a 1 to 1 copy.
You want to click on the Data Disk option. Then you can add files, or whole folders of files. You can change the default name "Volume Label" to what ever you want.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 29, 2008
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