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Chapter 11. Recording Digital Photographs on CD

Chapter 11. Recording Digital Photographs on CD

In This Chapter

  • Creating a catalog of photographs using PhotoRelay

  • Printing photographs

  • Project: Creating a Family Photo Slideshow CD

  • Project: Creating a Video Postcard CD

Although a recorded CD doesn't have anywhere near the capacity of a recorded DVD, there are still some applications that are better suited for CD-R or CD-RW—for example, most audio is still recorded on CD-R. CD-RW discs are also great for recording digital photographs, because today's typical digital camera produces a JPEG image of under 200 KB. With the file sizes for photographs so small, you can fit thousands of images on a standard CD-ROM—and you can be assured that any computer with a CD-ROM drive can display your photographs, too.

This chapter includes two step-by-step projects for storing both digital photographs and digital video on CD—the former as a slide show, and the latter as a neat “video postcard” that you can view on your computer. I'll be using a great program called PhotoRelay, from ArcSoft (www.arcsoft.com)—it's included as part of Easy CD Creator Platinum.


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