[NAFEX] Videoa available from NAFEX 2006
BekeeprTop at aol.com
BekeeprTop at aol.com
Sun Jan 28 23:51:00 EST 2007
I'd like to see MPG.98 converted to DVD format.
In a message dated 1/27/07 9:09:29 AM, Jwlehman at aol.com writes:
> In a message dated 1/24/2007 11:38:11 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> BekeeprTop at aol.com writes:
> My DVD player plays "DVD, CD, Kodak Picture CD, CD-R and CD-RW; and there's
> various formats but it doesn't say anything about MPG. I don't understand
> MPG, I'm guessing it would bbe bbest converted over to DVD format if you are
> willing to do it. Or, I still have a video player, if you make videos. I'll
> take my chances if you can try to convert to DVD. What do you think?
> Charlie Paradise
> Hi Charlie,
> MPG is the format the cam corder uses and most computers can play.
> Why don't I convert one MPG to DVD and send it? If it works I can convert
> all if you wish. If the one doesn't play on your DVD the postage is only 87
> cents for one, don't worry about it. Which MPG do you wish?
> MPG 95 Exploring the Caucasus Mountains for Wild Fruits and Nuts, Joseph
> MPG.95 Pawpaw, Currant and Gooseberry, Kirk Pomper
> MPG.95 Apricots, A Wider Geographical Possibility, Bob Purvis
> MPG.96 Primocane Fruiting Blackberries: Origin and Potential,
> John Clark
> MPG.96 Novel Fruits for the Backyard & Retail Growers, Charlotte
> MPG.96 Unusual Fruits for Backyard Orchards, Heirloom and New,
> Richard Moyer
> MPG.97 Breeding Pears for Psylla and Fire Blight Resistance,
> Richard Bell
> MPG.97 Fall Bearing Black Raspberry Breeding Progress, Pete
> MPG.97 Fruit Breeding for the Amateur, Felix Cooper
> MPG.98 New Novel (Wild) Apples from Tien Shan, Central Asia, Diane
> MPG.98 Propagating the Tough Stuff (Nuts, Pawpaws, and Persimmon),
> MPG.98 Sure-Fire Techniques for Budding Peach, Ray Armstrong
> MPG.99 Banquet Speaker Pouring Cold Molasses on New Variety
> Introductions: Which Moves Quicker? DR. John
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