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April 3, 2006, 4:39 am
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television and rated to play MP3 and JPEG will also play/view Jpeg files
that I burn onto DVD with my computer.
Question: If I put the Jpeg files INSIDE a FOLDER on the DVD will the
DVD player (not computer) that is run thru a television still open the
FOLDER and view the Jpeg files?
Question: Or will I have to burn each Jpeg file separately and
onto the DVD?
Thanks for your assistance and consideration!!!
Depends on the player. Most will navigate down at least 3 levels.
Some require you to put everything into the root directory of the DVD.
Some won't work with DVDs, only CDs. Same applies to MP3s.
The ones that allow subdirectories (as I said, most do), you may be
limited in how many files you can put into each directory. Again,
this restriction usually applies the same for MP3s, as they tend to
use the same data handling routines.
Sadly manuals don't always tell you, so you might have to try it to
No. On a windows machine, there's a neat little trick where you can
press <CONTROL> and <A> at the same time to select EVERYTHING inside
the current folder. Then you can drag and drop the whole thing over
to your destination.
There's a similar trick under linux, but the key combination depends
on what GUI you're using, and how you've got it configured. Of
course, if you're using Linux, you probably already knew that.
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