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newby3 how to burn pictures on DVD so older DVD players can open them
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I have made a file of scanned pictures of family members of several generations and want to share them with other family members. How do I do this so everyone can view them? Some may have older DVD players and may not be able to view them, and others will have more up to date players.

If anyone knows how to go about this, I would be most appreciative of input to this solution.

Thank you!
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Anthony Wells RE: how to burn pictures on DVD so older DVD players can open them
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Hi ,

A more direct method could be to load your file images onto an image display website and then email the URL (web address) to those people you wish to view the images . If they wish , they can download the images and burn their own CD's to suit .

The Google software "Picasa" will do this for you and there are lots of websites such as "Imageshack" that offer the service .

Just be sure to select the correct level of privacy/access to the images .

Hope that helps .

Anthony

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newby3 RE: how to burn pictures on DVD so older DVD players can open them
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Anthony, thank you for the information. I appreciate your reply. newby 3

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