Your New Digital Photos on Your TV!
Along with your high resolution files we can provide you
with reduced resolution disks that are great for viewing
on JPEG DVD Players and E-Mail use. Your high resolution
scans are perfect for archiving, printing, or editing but
may be too large for E-Mail use, and cumbersome when used
in a JPEG DVD Player.
We offer two
ways for you to view your images on your Television using
a DVD player. We can create a DVD
Video of your photos with music and transitions or you
may use one of our "Reduced Resolution Disks"
with your JPEG compatible DVD Player. The chart below explains
the differences between the two options.
DVD Player Disks vs. DVD Video
JPEG DVD Players
Works with almost
all DVD Players. Some older players do not support the DVD-R format.
Your DVD Player
must be JPEG compatible.
DVD Video: A movie
like you might rent.
JPEG Files saved
to CD on a "Reduced Resolution Disk". Optimized for viewing
on a television and for email.
You may add music
to your video.
Yes, our DVD Videos
have dissolve or fade transitions between each photo.
No, although some
DVD Players will add transitions for you. Please refer to your DVD Players
OK, So What
is a Reduced Resolution Disk? Our reduced resolution
disks are CD-Roms with your scanned images saved as JPEG
files. The JPEG files on these disks are optimized for viewing
on your Television and for use in E-Mail messages. Your
high resolution scans are optimized for archiving, printing,
and editing, and are very large in size. Most JPEG DVD Players
have trouble with large files. Also, E-Mailing large files
causes problems for most people.
& Television Resolutions:
A Typical 19 inch Computer Monitor is set to a resolution
of 1280x1024 pixels.
A Standard NTSC Television can display 720x480 pixels.
An HDTV can display a maximum of 1280x1024 pixels.
The JPEG files on your "Reduced
Resolution Disk" are optimized for the resolutions
above and will be no greater than 1280 pixels in width and
no greater than 1024 pixels in height. This keeps your JPEG
DVD Player from having to resize a large image before it
displays on your television and keeps file sizes suitable
for E-Mail usage.
Pricing for Reduced Resolution Disks:
Price + $10.00 per 1,000 Images
If you have 100 photos being scanned your "Reduced
Resolution Disk" would be $10.00. If you have 5,000
photos to be scanned "Reduced Resolution Disks"
would cost you $50.00.