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Adding music to a Photo CD

by Fedexlax / June 24, 2006 5:11 PM PDT

Using a Presario 612 Deskjet Computor running XP Home, I use a Nikon D-50 SLR and do a lot of overseas travelogues; I would like to know wether adding music is doable and what equipment and softwate is most practical. I send these CD-R's to many people so use of a DVD is not practical. Any help would be appreciated

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Making A Video
by 4taylor / June 25, 2006 2:58 AM PDT

I use Window Movie Maker & Have Done A Lot Of Movies Using My Pictures & Adding Music & Burn To A CD

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music to photo' cd
by ozbod54 / October 11, 2008 5:59 PM PDT
In reply to: Making A Video

Hi,I know it's a long time since your advice was posted but I am very pleased it was still available. I have been trying for approx' 12 months to find a system for doing this when unknowingly I alresdy had it. I use a canon 400d and was expecting the music blend to be incorporated but it wasn't. I haven't worked out yet HOW to do it but at least you've given me a shot at it.
Many thanks for your input it was pure chance I went onto CNET this morning.

Best Regards,

Wayne

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F/X, Microsoft's PowerPoint Should Do It For You
by Grif Thomas Forum moderator / June 25, 2006 3:47 AM PDT

Since it appears like you're taking single pictures and you basically want to provide a slide show with music, then PowerPoint will do it.

Hope this helps.

Grif

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