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Dont No If Anyone Can Help


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#1 christine154

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Posted 14 November 2006 - 05:23 PM

hi i dont no if anyone can help but or even if im in the right section but its like this i will make it short, daughter got married fantastic photos cannot say that they where bad in anyway but after 2000 for the day and the album plus another 480 from others peoples orders i think its a bit much to ask for another 200 for the dvd of the photos without the numbers rolling over them .basically i have a dvd of all the photos taken but they have number of all the prints as they come up so they fade in and out over the photo is there any form of software that i can buy so that i can remove the numbers so i can just print the photos of as and when i want them ?

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Posted 14 November 2006 - 05:32 PM

I'm thinking off the back that you need to either:

a. Use the software that was used for them in the beginning, or
b. You'll need to use another software, load a dvd in the drive, then you'll have to manually edit/cut out the numbers.

Choice a is your best bet... (if possible).




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