We finalized disk of a DVD-R that had videos and still pictures on them. We did not make still photos into a photo movie scene first though.(Videos are showing up on dvd) Still Pictures show up on video camera, but not on dvd player. How do I access these still photos? Can they be accessed on computer? If so how do I do this? thanks for any help.
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Re: Acessing Still Photos off finalized disk
A DVD player may not recognise JPEG, but will recognise MPEG, which is why the DC210 has the Photomovie facility to convert the still photos from JPEG to MPEG, but you can still get to see your still photos on your PC, because they are on the disc.
Here's how you do it.
disc has two folders - VIDEO_TS for videos and Photomovie and DCIM for the
still images. Inside DCIM there is a folder called 101CANON. Open this
folder to see the still images - they all have .jpg file extensions. It may be quicker to copy the 101CANON folder to your PC, and open the copied file on your PC.
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With all digital cameras the maker delivers a CD (DVD) with software to install on your computer. This makes it possible to put the pictures from the camera on any computer. On the disk(s) are drivers for all operating systems that need them. (Windows 7 and up do have all drivers for hardware that is certified by Microsoft) And there are programs to download the pictures from the camera to the PC. Sometimes the manufactures also delivers software to organise the pictures in folders and software to view or even enhance the pictures you shot.
When you lost the disk, most of the time you can get the software on the website for your brand. Sometimes you even get newer, updated software and new drivers if needed.
If you can't get software form your brand, you always can install other generic software like Ulead, Pixir, BeFunkey, Gimp, Photoshop express. Or if that is not possible you could install an external memory card reader and download the pictures via de memory card reader.
Simple way if you have two dvd trays in your computer: just pop in the mini-disk in one tray and load a DVD+r, or DVD-r recordable disk in the tray of the DVD burner. Use the burning software that is available on your computer to "copy the disk".Other way:Just popin your mini-dvd into your computer and drag and copy the file folder (video_ts folder)onto your hard drive. Now, use dvd burning software that supports DVD images. I use the free ImgBurn program from: http://www.videohelp.com/tools/ImgBurn. (Remember, use "build mode" within ImgBurn to create the "DVD image" that the program will burn to disk.Disregard all the terminology if you don't understand it. ImgBurn is very simple to use. I mention "DVD image" because the conventional type of disk burning (copying documents, photos, etc. on disk) will just create a "data disk" with files on it. Video files burned in this way will play on computers but not on all stand alone DVD players.
it's either you finalized a disk or your memory stick is full. if possible delete recordings and or photos in your memory stick to enable recording, or put a blank disc..once a disc is finalized it cannot be used to record on the cam but could still be viewed on the cam by selecting the media format,
If you have Vista Home you will have to purchase from windows shop CinePlayer D.V.D decoder
for Windows Vista at about $17.00 to play your finalized disc I also advise anyone who wants to
dub or take out any sections to do it on your computer as you may loose all movies and pictures like
I did of our trip to Canada .
You should only have to finalize the disc and then it will work in your PC, you need DVD playback software to play it. If its a dual layer disc your, DVD drive in your pc needs to be able to play dual layer. Enjoy, Lee
All you should have to do is finalize the disc. Put it in your DVD drive and select the scenes and photos. you need to have DVD playback software to play the disc also if its a DUAL layer disc you have to make sure the drive in your PC can play DL. Enjoy, Lee
A substantial percentage of my Memorex 3.5 "CDs won't finalize, and when I subsequently try to review the photos on the camera, it tells me there are no files on it. Nothing will download to the computer via the USB either. There is a software program that always saves me when I get careless and fill the disk to full. It''s called CD Roller. It''s called CD Roller. good luck please mark the post with a fixya