jpeg photos convert to vcd 2.0 PAL : LUSENET : Video CD : One Thread

I would like to make my photos 10 x 15 (cm) to scan into VCD 2.0 PAL (704 x 576 pixels) compatible files (I think they must be .jpg)!I have DVD player that supports all Video CD formats and like to know how to make my collection be compatible to VCD 2.0 so I can watch the photos via TV!Please tell me which applications I need and what quality of .jpg is ok to watch on TV screen?Thank you in advance!

-- andrej korosec (, April 26, 2002


-- Mehmet Tekdemir (, April 27, 2002.

I had the same question a month ago and i have figured out the Ulead program is an excellent software to our needs. It's called Ulead picture show.

-- Karen (, June 24, 2002.

Try (Picture To Tv) software

-- Russell Feathers (, December 10, 2002.

ulead video studio, picture to tv, moviemaker 2 , and pro show are the pick of the bunch.

Pro show is the best hands down - intuitive, user friendly, fast, professional finish, comprehensive and fast editing features - best editing features of all software of this genre, complete package (just cant handle mpg clips). ulead video studio is great in conjunction with the others. it is however very resource hungry on your computer and timme consuming... but a complete package. microsoft's free movie maker 2 is a great alternative but outputs windows media file which can then be converted in ulead video studio to mpg and vcd 2.0 format. picture to tv is very professional look but very limited in editing features.

go for pro show.

-- mark (, August 12, 2003.

I've just tried Ulead's DVD PictureShow 2 and the results were great. Image is sharp without any flickering unlike Uleadís Video Studio. Very user friendly with the usual effects and can produce multiple slideshows in different chapters plus adding a video file to be burned together.

-- cpchin (, September 25, 2003.

Proshow Gold is the excellent choice. Visit You can also do this using Nero burning software. I've tried both and both work well. Best of luck.

-- Praneel (, November 20, 2003.

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