I'm sure this topic has come up before, but I can't seem to find a thread that answered my question, so here goes. I just got a digital camera a couple of months ago, and would like to burn my photos to a DVD that can be viewed on any DVD player (that can deal with DVD-r discs of course). I know that some players can deal with discs of jpegs, but doing something more standardized is probably easier. I've seen a few cases where people have created "slide show" type discs, which appear to just convert the still images into a mpeg file, which isn't really what I want to do. Ideally, I'm looking at DVDs that have "still gallery" types of features as a model. I'd like to be able to boot the disc to a menu, select a gallery, and manually navigate between images. If possible, I'd like to be able to allow both manual (using right/left arrows or chapter buttons) and automatic forwarding of images, as well as viewing images at full size or windowed with a text annotation (I might have to duplicate the images for this). Lastly, I know it's probably a little more difficult, but would it be possible to create an anamorphic version of this disc, which could display images at the full height of an HD monitor, with a text annotation at the side? Just thinking that this would be really useful to be able to do. I've got a bunch of experience with creating video DVDs using TMPEGEnc, nero, VirtualDub, and TMPEGEnc's authoring program, but I've never tried anything with stills. Anyone care to share some pointers?