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Re: None of my DVD players will show photos from CD-R...
What type of pic file are you burning to the CD? What format are you using as a burn profile? Without knowing this, my only guess is your DVD player can't show the pics in the format used, so you need to work around that problem. Shouldn't be too hard, reply back with more info...
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Yes it should, as it supports JPEG file playback.
Create a folder on your desktop, drag and drop the photos you want onto it and then burn the folder onto a CD-R.
Alternatively, most Photo software allows you to create a CD from your photo collection.
Photos must be in the JPEG format (pretty much the default and most common file format used for photos).
while u were burnin the disc which format of disc u selected.......if u selected data disc then some of the dvd players will not read those dvds..............u should not select data disc .................instead there r some options to burn the disc....it depends on which version of nero or the cd burner product u use
There may be a problem with burning format. If you burn your own DVDs then try burning at the lowest speed and try again. Also not all players can play every media. The best solution is to try another DVD. This statement can be found in the player manual.
DVD-R discs are not as universally playable on all DVD players as are regular home made DVD's. Also, it's possible that -depending on WHAT burner you used to make the copy, and the particular brand of DVD-R your using - that the burners laser may not be strong enough to make an usable impression on your DVD-R, for your DVD to "see."
To get the info from your disc, your DVD player needs to shoot a laser into the burned pattern on the disc, and have it reflect back to the photocell pick-up. If the image was burned in with enough power (many burners can't do DVD-R's) your player will play it fine. If NOT, it won't "see it," OR it'll have SO many errors, it won't be able to retrieve the data so you can see your photos.
DVD (and CD) "R's" are a great idea, but they are not as reliable as regular DVD's and CD's. If yu care about what you're copying, you should use regular discs. By the way, SOME older players won't even like regular DVD's or CD's.
I have put my digital photos through Photo Story3 for windows, via the folder My Pictures on my computer, and burnt it to a dvd.
This is now in wmv format.
My photos have been deleted from my computer.please can you suggest a way of transfering them back to a folder on my computer, or an Sd Card or another memory device