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Old February 13th, 2003, 06:41 PM
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Archiving Feature suggestion and Understanding Music

I have done this by first creating the disk with xatshow. Then I use
VCDEasy to rip the content of the disk. Next add a directory with
all the original jpg files and edit the xml file to include the
additional track. Finally rebuild the disk image from VCDeasy and
then burn the disk. The disk now contains the slide show playable on
PC and DVD plus the original photos. Of course I would prefer that
this can be done by xatshow.
> news@ wrote:Complete archiving for home viewing and complete
archive viewing for
> Grandparents.
> At this point I am not planning to force them to watch the entire
VCD in
> one sitting <grin>. However, I know they would loose 50 different
> if I compose them as little "watchable shows".
> Which just made me think of a question/suggestion. Is there anyway
> make the PC slide show contain the full version of the photo
> uncompressed) - so I could use the VCD generation as an achive of
> quality versions of the pictures. I know this dramatically reduces
> amount that can fit on a VCD - but not having to have a separate
> archiving routine would sure be beneficial.
> D.
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Rohnsman@ [mailto:Rohnsman@ ]
> Sent: Monday, February 10, 2003 10:38 AM
> To: xatshow@
> Subject: Re: [xatshow] Understanding Music
> If you make a show that has 1700 slides and is 56 minutes long not
> will this make a HUGE file on your machine, but your viewers will
> die a horrible death from "slideshow overdose." What is it you are
> doing that requires a 1700 slide show??

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