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How to make a photo CD

I would like to make a Photo CD by CDR.
How to make it can be view on VCD player (autoplay or even have catalog page).
Is there any software or special format?
Please advice.
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davidmwilliamsCommented:
Just use a good CD recording package like Adaptec CD Creator Deluxe - it will allow you to make Photo CDs (and VCDs), and handles all the file format issues, etc.
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kookooAuthor Commented:
Hi david,

Thks for  your info. However I hit a problem on converting my existing JPG files to PCD file format.  I find PCD is the only format that accept for Picture CD creation.  Please suggest any conversion tools.  Thks!  

KooKoo
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davidmwilliamsCommented:
Hmm, I'll have to take a look ... but as a quick thought, maybe Microsoft's Photo Editor (that comes with MS Office 97) can do this conversion?
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kookooAuthor Commented:
Sorry MS photo editor also cannot covert JPG to PCD.  Pls advice.  I cannot find any tools for this conversion.  Easy CD Creater not accept other format of source file except PCD????
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davidmwilliamsCommented:
Here's a program that will do the conversion - Graphics Workshop

http://www.mindworkshop.com/alchemy/gww.html
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kookooAuthor Commented:
First of all, thanks David!
However I check on  your recommended web page, it mention that "Kodak Photo-CD PCD" is read only.  
ie.
Kodak Photo-CD PCD (4)
(4) Read only.

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S ConnellyTechnical WriterCommented:
Kookoo,

PCD or Kodak Photo CD format is proprietary and you'll be very hard pressed to find a conversion tool that will *write to* the PCD format.

In addition, you *cannot* make a Photo CD!! Kodak Photo CD's are special CD-R's that are designed with a signature built into the CD-R (really the *only* difference from a standard CD-R).   You may only purchase this CD-R from a Kodak retailer.  

If you were to have a Kodak Photo CD made, they will require you to purchase a Kodak Photo CD (Kodak Digital Science Photo CD Master disc) because their units will not allow writing to any other manufacturer of CD-Rs.
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davidmwilliamsCommented:
 Are you so certain?  Do you have a URL or some other reference for that?  I've never made a photo CD myself, but I know that this is very clearly one of the options with the Adaptec CD writing software I use, along with audio, data and video CD's - all of which I've made successfully with it.
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S ConnellyTechnical WriterCommented:
Well I do know for fact that you cannot use a standard CD-R with the Kodak Photo CD Imager equipment.   You may be able to create a PCD on a normal CD-R using Adaptec's s/w but a Kodak reader will reject this CD.

If Kookoo is looking to create his own Kodak Photo CDs (using generic CD-Rs) for use with Kodak equipment, they will not work.  
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kookooAuthor Commented:
Thanks so much! Sconnell
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kookooAuthor Commented:
Thanks so much! Sconnell Actually I would like to share some pt. to you however I don't know how to make it.  
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