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CCTV help needed please.


hiwatt

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Hi folks. A family member has a CCTV system at their place of work.It's a jpeg 2000 standalone.They have to make a recording.The recordings are burned onto a cd-r as AJP files.Could anyone please tell me how I could burn a dvd of the footage(AJP file)so it can be viewed on a normal dvd player.It's quite urgent so any help is much appreciated.Thank you.

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hiwatt

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Thanks for the help folks.I already have AJP player(back up cd player)installed.I didn't know about the export to AVI format.Thanks for that.I'll have a go and see how I get on.Thanks folks.

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hiwatt

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Just an update folks. I already had AJP player(Back up cd player)installed but had never noticed the AVI safe button(Thanks Lovtic.By choosing this I was easily able to convert the ajp files to AVI to be burned to dvd or viewed on winamp/windows media player.Thanks for the help folks.Much appreciated.

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Woolwell

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That information was in my link.

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Woolwell

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That information was in my link.

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Woolwell

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Sorry for double post

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lotvic

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Woolwell in my post I just asked him if he had looked at your link and I quoted from it. So it really should be 'thanks to Woolwell'

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Woolwell

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lotvic We'll share. It is quite possible that with the new layout that the link wasn't obvious and I did say it may not be easy but it turned out to be straightforward.

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