convert jpg to mpg

  hugh-265156 01:22 02 Jan 04

i want to make a photo slideshow for a dvd player that does not support photo cd but does support both vcd and svcd.

i took my jpg`s and ran them through tmpgenc with a 5 sec blank wav,converted to 352x288 25fps 4100khz bitrate 224.mpg files and burnt as a vcd with nero.

plays back ok on the computer but when i try to play in the dvd player all the photos are flashed quickly on the tv screen and its over in under a second.

any ideas on what im doing wrong? i followed the advice from click here

  hugh-265156 09:57 02 Jan 04


  johnnyrocker 10:15 02 Jan 04

click here


  hugh-265156 11:59 02 Jan 04

thanks johnnyrocker

i tried using irfanview and created my slideshow vcd.

it plays great on the computer but the dvd player still wont play it for some reason.

this dvd player will play vcd and svcd movie discs ok though.any more ideas what i am doing wrong?

  reddwarfcrew 14:30 02 Jan 04

what is the make and model of the DVD player and has it been multiregion modified?

  hugh-265156 15:41 02 Jan 04

its a bush dvd 2023 check specs click here

  hugh-265156 13:53 03 Jan 04


  hugh-265156 18:53 03 Jan 04


  Bapou 23:30 03 Jan 04

If you are using XP, download and install Movie Maker 2. Create your slideshow, even adding background music, on completion save in 'My Videos' and a WMV (Windows Media Video) file will be created.

Convert this file to MPeg 1 (VCD) via TMPGenc. Copy file to CDR as a Data file and try this out on your DVD Player. This method works on my Nokia player.

An alternative route is to buy Video Studio 7, or Pinnacle, £30 to £40. Prepare slideshow and convert to VCD within the program and copy to disc.

Movie Maker 2 is a free download from Microsoft as good as the others but it requires additional software to convert to VCD.

  britto 01:22 04 Jan 04

From the help files: Most recent DVD players work well with an HP memories disc. To play a memories disc, a DVD player must have the following capabilities:

· Be compatible with Video CD (VCD) format, also known as Compact Disc Digital Video.

· Be able to read CD-R or CD-RW media. The DVD user's manual usually (but not always), describes what types of media the player supports.

To interactively browse the pictures on a memories disc, the DVD player must support the Video CD 2.0 format. This is sometimes known as Playback Control (PBC).


Many older DVD players support CD-RW media only. The best way to find out what works is to try a memories disc on both types of media in your DVD player.

HP Memories Disc Creator Software:
if you want to get this free prog. click here

  hugh-265156 16:43 04 Jan 04

many thanks folks,will try both and see what happens.

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