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    We’re having a “former coworkers” reunion.

    I want to create a slideshow of .jpgs and write them to a CD for both Windows-based and Macintosh users.

    Looking through the posts here in Other Technologies, I found a link to PixPlay.

    The FAQs say “…and save an MPEG version of your slideshow…This will give you a Plan B (in case only a Mac is available, for example).”

    Before I spend the $30 or $50, have any of you created slideshows, converted to .mpeg, and played on both Win and Mac computers?

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    Would converting the jpgs to flash be another idea? For example using this software:
    flash slideshow maker
    and it looks like the price is right too - free!

    stuck

    edited to add this link to an old thread about this product:
    http://bro.ws/580377L

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    Thank you, Stuck!

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    Have you looked into picassa? I have had slideshows on cd using it!
    <IMG SRC=http://www.wopr.com/w3tuserpics/StephenElms_sig.jpg> Didn't think that I made my first post here on 5th February 2001...!

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