Guys, I'm asking here (on the world-wide internet) so that I don't make an ass of myself in public! (HA) Anyway, one our kids got us a DVD player for Christmas. I've resisited buying one since I don't particularly watch a lot of movies (Hollywood crap designed to extract money from my pocket and line some idiot's pockets with that same money). However: I discovered that this particular player is supposed to handle both DVDs as well as CDs and "jpeg discs" and "mp3 discs". Now, I know it will accept and play music CDs that I've burned on my computer (a CD burner, NOT a "DVD/CD player/burner). So when I take a data CD on which I've burned a bunch of photos in jpg format, all it shows is a folder that can't be opened. My question is: do I have to have a proper DVD burner to get a CD with family photos on it so that I can show them on the TV? Or do I just need some different software that maybe formats in "Jpeg format"? Thanks for your help. Hey....and HAPPY NEW YEAR!