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Old Nov 6, 2004, 5:27 PM   #11
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Check this out:

"For the first time, you can enjoy viewing your favorite digital photos in high-definition on your HDTV. Simply snap in your digital camera's memory card..."


You can either copy your files to a memory card, or access them from your computer, then display them on HD, or non-HD, TVs. Note: I don't know anything else about them, and I don't have one.

Here's Amazon's page on it: http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg...66306?v=glance

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Old Nov 6, 2004, 6:58 PM   #12
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Hi, I had the same prblem a few weeks ago. I wanted to meke a video cd slideshow of a collection of photographs for my aunt. I tried several freeware programes and also themake VCD slideshow option that comes with Nero burning software. Some of the discs wouldnt play on my dvd player and the one that did were very blurry. However after reading a grouptest review in a digital photography magazine I decided to buy a dedicated slideshow creator programe. The name of the programe is Photodex Pro Show Gold 2. I find the VCDs i made with this programe play perfectly in my dvd player which is a cheap model and in my aunts which is an old model. The pictures still come out slightly blurrey but not half as bad as with any of the other programes. It is really easy to use with a great range of transitions and the ability to create video menus just like on a real dvd. You can download a free trial from their website. There are probably better programes out there but this is the only one I have tried thats produces decent quality slideshows. I hope this helps.
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