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  1. Him007

    Him007 New Member

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    Hi,
    I have 50-60 jpg photos, I want to put in a cd, to view in cd/dvd player.
    So I need any s/w which not effects the picture quality.
    Reagrds,
    Himanshu
     
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    Try Nero and make video cd through it
     
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    or try makin a video out of them by movie maker
    and burn it as a video CD
     
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    I checked in the Nero, but the picture quality goes down,,,,pixel quality
     
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    When you make a VideoCD you have to compromise with quality because VCD format has 352x240 resolution whereas your pictures has say 1024x768 or more resolution. You can make a SVCD or DVD with 720x576 res. However, once you write in VCD/DVD you cann't get the individual pixs back.

    BTW modern cd/dvd players can play JPEG files. Hence no loss of quality. Your pixs will remain intact for future works. If possible, try to get it.
     
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