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DVD Index on screen (Locked)
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Registered: September 27, 2004
Posts: 3
I have been toying with the idea of being able to view my DVD profiler index/profile info on my TV screen. The question is how do I achieve this?, I have software, eg Ulead Pictureshow which allows you to look at photos in a slideshow format on a dvd which you can then view on your tv, it occurred to me if I took some screen shots of my Dvd profiler index and save it them as Jpeg files I'm sure this might work albeit a little messy?.

Has anyone else ever considered this possibility or like to make any suggestions, I would love to hear from you.


Registered: July 8, 2005
Posts: 4
I think this is a genius idea.
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Registered: October 4, 2000
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Why not get a TV that has VGA or DVI connection, such TV's are available, I have one and it works like a charm.

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Registered: July 8, 2005
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you'd still have to use your computer to display it and mine isn't directly next to my television.
Registered: January 20, 2007
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I have a dedicated computer that I use as my "Home Theater PC" HTPC.  I am using a VGA to Component transcoder (outputs via 3 RCA type video cables of red, blue, green) to view my PC desk top, Internet, DVD post processed playback and much more on my Sony 60" RPTV, LCD TV and also my Projector.  So there is no problem viewing the DVD library on a TV.  Also as "markopete" stated, if you have a DVI ready TV and a DVI output form your computers video card, you can go directly to the TV. Most HDTV ready TV's will have both a component and DVI or HDMI input these days.
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Registered: November 25, 2004
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If you are running Media Center there is a program available called My Movies (www.mymovies.name).  My Movies allows for an import of the DVD Profiler xml file.
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