Any one know how to create a DVD of photos that can be displayed on a REGULAR TV using a REGULAR DVD player?
Thats going to depend on what player
Different ones look for different things
Is easy with the imovie…
Open >>choose theme>>drop photos>rec…Done
I’ve not used Toast for a long time but I believe that’s a feature of it.
Btw, does iDVD still exists?
[quote=262630:@Albin Kiland]I’ve not used Toast for a long time but I believe that’s a feature of it.
Btw, does iDVD still exists?[/quote]
Do not exist anymore
Some players will just play any / all JPEG’s burned to a disk when you insert the disk & hit play
Some player support other image formats
Some support DVD-R and DVD+R
Some will ask you which directory of files to play if you have many besides just the root
Hence “it varies from player to player” esp if you have really new ones vs really old ones
[quote=262589:@Loannis Kolliageorgas]Is easy with the imovie…
Open >>choose theme>>drop photos>rec…Done[/quote]
IMHO, this is probably the most compatible way as it used to create a movie (I don’t know if it still does).
I have a customer photographer,and because some times customers need the photos to play in the home video he use the imovie.
I have see the work and is fast way to do.
Other software is the toast but you need the suite and is a bit more complicate to do…
Fo me i prefer the iMovie because is fast and have the transitions+effects.
Good news, Apple still loves iMove with an update released yesterday.
with the length of time in between updates etc maybe “tolerates” is right ?
Unless they consider it a ‘Pro’ application, in which they’ll kill it in favor of the Apple headband, a wearable device that has limited potential and a very small market.
I mean if you’re okay with spending a little money, FotoMagico is pretty great.