Posted 05 March 2006 - 04:32 PM
Some DVD burners have issues with -R media. Have you tried a DVD+R? You may achieve better results with a +R media.
Also, do you have enough photos warrant using a DVD? That's a lot of storage, and with the average point and shoot digital camera, you can fit a few hundered to a few thousand photos on a CD (depending on the quality that the photos were taken in IE. high, medium, low etc.). You may want to try burning them on a CD and go from there. Worst case scenario is to put all your photos on multiple CD's. Note that most DVD players (for tv's, not computers) will recognize a CD with pictures on it and let you browse through them. There's also software that will let you create a "slideshow" and put some music to listen to. If you want to take the time to learn it, you can also use Windows movie maker to do it.
Hope it helps.
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