DVD does not play CD images


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Ian

My computer does not have a DVD writer.
I used the CD writer in windows XP to transfer 65 image files onto
the only type of CD that I have in the house, (TDK CD-RWXG).
I can see this was successful as I can open the images in the computer,
but I want them to open with a dvd player (to watch on a TV),
and at the moment they are not recognised by my (PAL) DVD.
Is there a simple way that this can be done without a DVD writer,
and if so could you walk me through the details?
Many thanks - Ian
 
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T Shadow

Ian said:
My computer does not have a DVD writer.
I used the CD writer in windows XP to transfer 65 image files onto
the only type of CD that I have in the house, (TDK CD-RWXG).
I can see this was successful as I can open the images in the computer,
but I want them to open with a dvd player (to watch on a TV),
and at the moment they are not recognised by my (PAL) DVD.
Is there a simple way that this can be done without a DVD writer,
and if so could you walk me through the details?
Many thanks - Ian
Mostly it depends on what your DVD player is capable of. A lot of older ones
can only read a standard DVD.

This site explains everthing much better than I can. The details can be
quite complicated, but not insurmountable. Good Luck.

http://www.digitalfaq.com/
 
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RONALD GIANNONI

My computer does not have a DVD writer.
I used the CD writer in windows XP to transfer 65 image files onto
the only type of CD that I have in the house, (TDK CD-RWXG).
I can see this was successful as I can open the images in the computer,
but I want them to open with a dvd player (to watch on a TV),
and at the moment they are not recognised by my (PAL) DVD.
Is there a simple way that this can be done without a DVD writer,
and if so could you walk me through the details?
Many thanks - Ian
try calling
 

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