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Transfering to CD

Posted by nonnie_ga (My Page) on
Wed, Jul 19, 06 at 11:05

My beloved Basset Hound, Rosie, passed away in June. I have several small videos taken on my digital camera of her and would like to put them on a CD so that I could save them or show the CD on a DVC player. I also would like to send this clip in email or post it on some sites. Is this possible and how do I do it? What kind of CD would I need?

My system is a Dell 2300 with 1.75 GHz, 256 RAM, Windows XP home system.

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RE: Transfering to CD

I've been using PhotoStory 3 to make videos,using pictures I've made with my digital camera. (I've linked to one of them below). I use regular DVD discs. The program is VERY easy to use and you can also add music!*S*

Here's the URL to download Photo Story 3!

Here is a link that might be useful: My Video

RE: Transfering to CD

What a beautiful child and how proud you must be! How much did that big boy weight? He's a whopper!

Thank you for the link. I have already uploaded the video to my computer. Can I transfer it from the computer to a DVD?

RE: Transfering to CD's a girl and she weighed 8lbs.5oz.! If you download the PhotoStory 3 program, you should be able to make and burn a video to a DVD that will play on your DVD player.

Good luck!

RE: Transfering to CD

What a beautiful job you did! I have done them before and can appreciate all the work involved, my daughter and I worked on one for her anniversary starting with pictures of she and her husband when they were little, dating, proms, wedding and ending with the birth of their son. We played "You're still the one" by Orleans.(One of my favorites) and suprisingly also one of hers. The only problem I have with them is that they only play on certain DVD's.

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