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Subject: Creating photo/music DVD? Help??? Date: 2/4/2003 3:02 PM
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I would like to put a slide show of photos set to music on a DVD.

I have a DVD burner and the software that comes with it is Roxio Video Wave (this is the version that ships on Dell computers).

I have a variety of jpeg images and mp3 audio files.

I would like to have the pictures set to music.

How do I do this? The Roxio software says it supports jpegs, but when I try to add the files to the library, the library asks for files in mpeg format, and does not seem to recognize the jpeg. Is there an easy way to convert the jpeg to a format that will be recognized so I can use in video?

other software I have: adobe photoshop elements, roxio photosuite,

Anyone? This is for a Girl Scout event on Saturday, and I assured everyone that I could "easily" make a DVD...well....I need some help to make this work...thanks in advance...
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