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Putting dvd movie with photos on same DVD

Posted by ntt_hou (My Page) on
Sun, Dec 29, 13 at 18:24

Is there a software for Windows that can put a DVD movie and a folder with still photos on the same disk?

Currently, I have Windows DVD Maker that came with Windows 7. I've tried several ways to burn the movie files on the same DVD but the DVD players wouldn't play nor recognize when a folder of still photos is in the same DVD.

I've been searching on the internet and only found a possibility to do this with DVDSP (DVD Studio Pro) created by Apple. Looks like, it would only run with Mac and not with Windows. I'm not able to use this option.

If you know of another tool or way, please advise. Thank you.

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RE: Putting dvd movie with photos on same DVD

It is possible, but I cannot tell you how, or what program to use. I will look into it and see what I can find.


RE: Putting dvd movie with photos on same DVD

Thank you very much for trying to help. After posting the "help", I've found a few tools that enable me to do this.

Since I need to get this project done fairly quick (within 2 days), I went ahead and purchased the software from Corel: Ulead DVD MovieFactory 6 Plus. Now, I need to learn how to do this quickly.

Again, thank you.

RE: Putting dvd movie with photos on same DVD

Try formatting the DVD disc as a data disc before using it. You should be able to write sereval different file types to it the same as a hard drive. The problem may be that the play-back device won't accept the DVD disc if it has other file types on it. However, with proper software, you should be able to play back on your computer.

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