Re: [NTO] pvm files
- Hi Edward,
On 14 Jan 09 16:05 "Edward" <ebrown1927@...> said:
> This is what I have. The pictures have been on the machine for aThis confirms that your images were originally in the folder:
> long time. One day when bringing them up to show some friends, they
> were gone and the pvm files remained. This is what printed out:
My Documents/My Pictures/2006-06 (Jun)-04
I've never used it, but I've been reading the HELP file in my copy of
"HP Memories Disk" I've run through the wizard that creates a VCD.
There's no specific option to delete the original images, however, it
does refer to making an archive of your files. I attach the text
below. I wonder if it means that running the program is intended to
delete the original files as they are transferred to the CD/DVD. If so
the only solution would be to dig out the disk that was burned :-(
When you create a memories disc, you are creating a safe archive of
all your original images, plus directories that preserve the images
you edited and which supports usage in many photo kiosks.
To find content on a memories disc
1. Insert the memories disc in the CD writer.
2. Click My Computer, then click the compact disc drive labeled
3. See the following directories and descriptions.
Your images and content are in the following locations:
\PICTURES or \ALBUMS\ALBUM_A
Contains all the image files in the album as ordered and rotated for
the slideshow. Files are renamed to capture the order of the images in
the album. Files not in the JPEG format are converted to JPEG for
Contains all the image files in the album in the original formats with
the original file names.
Contains all the image files in the album in their original form and
the location (path) of the original source images.
Contains PDF print files for printing your images, index sheets, CD
jewel case insert, and CD label.
There are five directories at the top level needed to support Video CD
creation. These directories are: CDI, KARAOKE, MPEGAV, SEGMENT, VCD.
Always have hated HP software! :-( My printer never has recovered
from the installation of IE7 and it took them months to create any
kind of patch. How can a company be so dumb as to rely on the
existance of software on the host PC of such a regulaly updated
product as a browser!