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how do Burn photo"s to cd"s?

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Submitted : 2018-06-15 13:24:45    Popularity:     

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Wait a minute, please. Are you asking about PRINTED photos, like old prints of photos? Or are you referring to photos from a digital camera's memory, or phot

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Wait a minute, please. Are you asking about PRINTED photos, like old prints of photos? Or are you referring to photos from a digital camera's memory, or photos already uploaded onto computer files? Please clarify.

There are lots of ways of doing it, but what do you want to do with the CD once you've burned it? Do you just want it as backup or do you want to view the images? If you're you're planning on viewing the images what are you going to view them with?

Most DVD/CD burning programs are drag-and-drop style. You simply get the files you want from your File Manager and drop them to your burning application then hit Burn.

First, of course, you have to have a CD, DVD or Blu-Ray burner. If you only have a player, you can't burn to a cd, dvd or Blu-ray.

Next, insert a blank cd, dvd or Blu-ray into your burner.

On a PC, you can burn your files in a few different ways.
One way is to first select all of the files that you want to burn and then right click and choose Send To -> your burner drive.
Or, you can select various files by left clicking on each file, and with the Ctrl button pressed down, keep left clicking on each file until you have all of the files in the folder selected. Then drag and drop them onto the icon for your burner drive.

If you want to burn all of the files in a specific folder, then open the folder, press Ctrl + A to select everything. Then either drag and drop them onto the icon for your burner, or right click (while your cursor is hovering over a selective file) and choose send to, or press Ctrl + C to copy the files, then double click on the icon for your burner and paste the selected files by pressing Ctrl + V. Remember, you must have a blank writable disc in the drive.

Once you've sent photos to the drive via the "send to" option, a pop up window will appear. Choose a name for the disc, and the default setting to allow other cd/dvd drives to open and read the files.

Because you'll get the pop-up window each time you add files to the burner drive, I personally prefer to copy all of the files into a new folder. Then copy and paste that folder onto icon for the burner drive, or select all (ctrl + A) and then paste them or send them to the burner all at once. This is the preferred method.

Your photo editing program should provide that function.

You may need in-person help from a local expert to make it happen the first time.

Has to be a CD that's writable. You do it the same way you burn documents or music files. It's just data.



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