Advice 1: How to play a DVD

It is hard to imagine modern life without DVDdrives, they have become very popular. And with the widespread use PC to view disks does not necessarily have the house special player to play a DVD on the computer.
How to play a DVD
You will need
  • - PC with DVD drive;
  • - program the computer to display DVD;
  • codecs for viewing DVD.
Instruction
1
Start any player installed on your PC. Windows Media Player turn on by clicking on "start" and in the tab "All programs" and selecting the folder of the player. Install the compatible codecs. To do this, install a DVD decoder MPEG-2.
2
If on the PC screen will appear the error message, which indicates the lack of a compatible DVD decoder, click the link "Web help" in the message box about the error. In the help section you will get information about how to get it.
3
Select the sound quality. Connect the stereo speakers or pair of speakers. Use the built-in speaker if available. Find out the performance of your PC. Frequency must be at least 266 MHz to play 30 (NTSC) or 25 (PAL) frames per second. Video card needs to support hardware Overlay mode allowing you to see the depth of colors on the screen (24-bit).
4
Insert the DVD in the drive. Playback should begin automatically. If not, select the disc in diskod, in the folder "My computer". Click the arrow to the "now Playing" tab. Then diskod in which the disk is located.
5
Select in the navigation pane of the player library List and click on the name your DVD, Chapter, section or slice. If the disc menu does not appear, click the tab "Movies". Click "Play DVD". Click the appropriate button (usually Play) to start the drive. The controls will appear during playback if you move the mouse.
6
Play Blu-ray and HD DVD discs using programs PowerDVD or The KMPlayer. Select the menu "Open" ("Open file" and the relevant counterparts in English) and specify the path to the file. In most cases, this path looks like "My computer" → "DVDdiscod" → "file Name".
Note
Windows Media Player cannot play Blu-Ray discs. Use the third party software that can play such a disk.

Advice 2 : How to burn photos on DVD

Burn photos to disk may be performed in various ways, but most correctly to record pictures with special software to record the discs. One of the most popular of such programs is Nero. Burn photos to DVDdisc with Nero - the problem is simple.
How to burn photos on DVD
Instruction
1
Open the program Nero. This program, in fact, is a set of utilities for various manipulations connected with the recording and erasing compactdiscs, but also to prepare content to be written to this object. To record photos select the Nero Burning Rom program. After that, insert the DVDdisc into the drive, and at the top of the program window, select the type of diskand that data will be saved. In our case, a DVD. Then click "Add files". A window will open resembling the standard Windows file Manager - Windows Explorer.
2
In the right part of the window to add files, locate the folder with the photos that you want to write to disk. Take either a whole folder or individual pictures, designed to record and drag them with the mouse to the left side of the window. Watch out for fill level display, DVDdriveand located at the bottom of the program window. The DVDdrive fits 4.7 gigabytes of information, that is, it is possible to record more than a thousand pictures with a resolution of 8 megapixels. After you drag in the box to record all the necessary photos, make sure the disk is not filled to the end, otherwise the recording may not take place.
3
To start physical record photos to disc click "Burn". Follow the status of this process and do not remove the CD-drive as long as it is completed. Otherwise, the recording media may be damaged (if it is not a rewritable disc). After burning the drive opens automatically. Insert the disc back and check the recording quality of the files.
Useful advice
If you want to not filled up the disk later you can add photos or other files, clear its finansirovanie before burning.

Advice 3 : How to transfer information from disk into the computer

If you are unable to transfer information through local or global network connections, this problem is solved with the use of removable media. Among them, widespread optical discs - CD and DVD. Unlike the write operation to the disk, copying its contents to a computer much more simple, although it has some features that need to be taken into account.
How to transfer information from disk into the computer
Instruction
1
If when writing information on the disk is not used a special system of copy protection, create a copy on the internal media of the computer will be easy - use for this purpose any file Manager. In most modern operating systems after loading the disc into the reader on the screen appears automatically, asking you to select one of the options for further action with him. Among other operations in this list has the option of opening the files directory of a disk, and select it.
2
Select all existing drive objects in the opened window the file Manager by pressing Ctrl + A. copy is required If not all information, then click the left mouse button only the desired files and folders, hold down the Ctrl key.
3
Move the selected objects to the desired location of the hard drive of your computer. This can be done by simply dragging them with the mouse, but not always, this method is useful. You can do this is to use a combination of copying and pasting. To copy, press Ctrl + C and then open in file Manager the folder in which you want to insert the moved files, and press the combination of Ctrl and V.
4
If the information on the source disk has a standard copy protection system commonly used on CD and DVD-disks with films, music albums, computer games, use to copy a program Slysoft CloneDVD, Slysoft CloneCD, DVD Decrypter, UltraISO and the like. For example, to transfer information using the application UltraISO to open the main menu "File" and select "Open CD/DVD". After a few seconds the application window will appear the same as in the normal Explorer folders tree from an optical disc. Objects from it can be dragged to open in the file Manager folder on your hard disk drive, and you can click on any file or directory, right-click and call the save dialog by using the command "extract to" from the context menu.
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