When is a JPEG not a JPEG?

  jack 20:16 15 May 08

When I make as slide show and create a title page or add text to an image- the program gives this image its own extender -.dpg
That's fine when the story is burned to a VCD or DVD it all runs in the computer or DVD player exactly as it should,the show running as a movie fixed beginning to end.
If a presenter wants to stop, slide by slide to discuss- as he would in a Power Point presentation
This is called image format and a disc can be burned for this too, and run in a PC each image will come on command from the left/right arrow- including all the title pages and images with text added.

However if run in a standard DVD player the titles and images with text do not show because they are not jpeg's- fair enough.

So I thought if the titles are to appear I would have to take a screen shot of each item that is .dpg run it in an image editer[paint shop] and save it as .JPG -then replace each item .dpg with a .jpg.
A disk burned like this - still runs OK in a PC
But the DVD player still does not recognise the new jpegs.
Why is that?

  jack 10:48 16 May 08


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