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Old February 13th, 2004, 09:50 AM
 
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Messagemine is model# 1100, I looked online at walmart and didn't see an AP
EX model, (that doesn't mean they don't have an APEX) but they had an emers
on for $60.00 that plays cd-r. the best thing is to take your slideshow to
the store and make them play it.


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Old February 13th, 2004, 10:48 AM
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Message>>>"Michael Hall:I just ask to see the manual if I'm not sure."<<<

One thing I have found out with my experience the last few days with purcha
sing a new DVD player, is that even if the manual or the info on the box do
es say that they will play in the format you need, it still does not mean t
hat it will play Xatshow as I found out with the Zenith. I guess the best a
dvice is either ask friends that have DVD players if you can try a workable
Xatshow VCD in their DVD player or take it along and try it at the store,
until someone comes up with an up to date XatShow Compatible list.

BTW, I did go buy the "Toshiba Model: SDV291", and it works GREAT. FYI it i
s a DVD/VCR combo and only paid $129.


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Old February 13th, 2004, 02:44 PM
 
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MessageWhen I went to Wal-Mart I asked there and they were not sure so told
me to bring some of my shows in that I had done up and that is what I did.
I took one made with a CD-R and one made with a CD-RW and they both worked
fine when the salesperson tried them.
I usually use the CD-RW to make sure that all is working fine and then do t
he same one with a CD-R so that it is not erased by mistake and then clean
off the CD-RW to reuse for another project. This saves me from wasting a l
ot of disc and of course money. Sandy


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Old February 13th, 2004, 02:48 PM
 
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MessageI agree with that a hundred percent and the only problem I have from
time to time is with the music but I usually try different ones until I ge
t some that will play and I do not do the transitions Sandy


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Old February 14th, 2004, 09:36 AM
 
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Messageexcellent way to do it, Sandy. I've never had much luck with anythin
g that is +r or +rw, So I just stick with -r's.


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Old February 14th, 2004, 07:23 PM
 
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MessageHi
I have never even tried the + ones at all. Sandy


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Old February 14th, 2004, 10:17 PM
rbowren rbowren is offline
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> My Old DVD player, "Toshiba Model:SVD 280" that was combatible with
> XATSHOW just died and I went out and purchased a "Zenith Model:
> XBV343", got it setup, and tried one of my Burned XATSHOW Slideshow
> CD's and it didn't play. I know the disk works, as I had used it in
> my Toshiba and I also have tried it in my Brothers "Toshiba Model:
> SDV291".I was wondering if anyone knows of a comaptiblity listing
> for DVD players that will work in XATSHOW. I guess the best thing I
> can do is take a XATSHOW Slideshow CD along and try it at the store.

Most all new DVD players will but DAEWOO brand at Sam's Club is a
whopping $39.00 & it plays everything.


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Old February 16th, 2004, 03:21 PM
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good advice; I went to Best Buy and after looking at all the DVD
compatibilty probs; they had one that could plays both + and_ DVD R. I
do not know the difference, but I made several slide shows with the +R
format, which meant my current (Go-Video) DVD --Sonic Blue could not
read the disk; The new one does now, but goodness, they need a course
in how to choose disks before you start all this work. By the way, I
have not figured out how to import music into my slide show--any basic
do and do nots?? Mooly

Sent: Saturday, February 14, 2004 2:23 PM
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Hi
I have never even tried the + ones at all. Sandy


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