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Can I copy photos to a DVD and have it work in a TV? Can I put .jpeg files on a DVD and then put it in a DVD player and have the photos displayed on the TV?

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Yes.
Most DVD players made since 1999 are .JPG compatible.
Create your DVD in the computer, without folders...just drag & drop the pic files to the disk for burning, and insure the burner is set to "Finalize" the disk just like making any movie disk.
Your DVD player will recognize the files, and play them in slideshow format.

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