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Creation of family video to be played at dinner

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A client has about 150 pictures that they want to burn to a DVD, and bring to a catering hall to be played on the halls DVD player. How do I do this? Do I just burn all the pictures to the DVD? Do I have to create a movie? The client is using a windows 8 PC and I have a windows 7. Please advise. and thanks in advance.
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Dan Craciun earned 500 total points
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Depends.
You're going to play your pictures on a stand-alone DVD player? If so, you're best bet is to create a movie. There are DVD/DIVX players that can view pictures as slideshows, but you can't be sure.

On a computer? You can use the built-in slideshow mode from Windows Photo Viewer (from XP onward).

HTH,
Dan
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