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Re: Bad DVD message
I'm assuming that you made sure the disc is free of smudges and dust. It's possible that between now and the last time you tried, you ended up with a dirty lens - try another disc to be sure it's only this one that has problems. If another DVD has trouble too, you need a lens cleaner kit.
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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).
There are three ways to create a Video CD (VCD) that contains your photo stories:
You can obtain Microsoft Plus! Digital Media Edition and view the Photo Story 3-authored WMV file in Photo Story 2 by going to Play your story or create a video CD of your story and then create a VCD.using the Photo Story 2 Video CD-burning feature.
You can obtain Microsoft Digital Image Suite 10 or above and view the Photo Story 3-authored WMV file in the Photo Story that comes with the Digital Image Library and save and burn to VCD.
You can obtain VCD-authoring products that work with Photo Story files, such as MyDVD by Sonic Solutions or InstantCD\DVD by Pinnacle Systems. You can use these software to convert the Windows Media video (WMV) files into files that can be copied to a DVD and played in a DVD player. Note: VCD and DVD-authoring software is not included with Photo Story 3.
Insert a blank recordable DVD into your DVD burner.
Use Photo Story 3 for Windows to create the story you want. On the Save your story page, you will have options "Save your story for playback on your computer", "Send the story in an e-mail message" and etc. If you scroll down to the last option listed, it will say "Save your story to a DVD for playback on your home DVD player". That is the option you need to choose to burn the slideshow on DVD. Click Next to temporarily save the photo story.
On the Completing Photo Story for Windows page, click Continue and save your story to a DVD for playback on your home DVD player.
In the Create a DVD dialog box, put in the DVD Title and Video Title as well as choose the DVD burner you desired if you have more than one DVD burner installed. Click Create DVD to start the buring process.
Please note: Sonic DVD for Photo Story 3 can only burn DVDs. It does not burn CDs. Also, only one story can be burned on each DVD. LAST UPDATED: Jun 25, 2007
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You more than likely have a bad power supply. The caps in the output circuit are pretty crappy and are well known for failure.