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I am going to be scanning all of my G.I. Joe comics in chronological order once I fill in the gaps to my PC, what i want to do is be able to put them on DVD, to view them in DVD players etc to watch them/read them on TV.

What is the best program for this??

I am thinking of looping the Sunbow cartoon theme in the background somehow.

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Adobe Photoshop.

Don't worry about authoring a DVD. Just use a DVD player that reads JPEG images. Then put each comic in its own folder.

ISSUE_001, ISSUE_002, etc.
Then just name pages 01, 02, 03, etc.

Been there done that. A friend of mine scanned in a lot of comics in past years.

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Ok I got the Photoshop lol. Thats the first part heh. I got the timeline for GI Joe, Just got ti fill in the gaps. Thatll take a little while. Ok so I put each comic into its folder after scanning them in, does the program or whatever organize the comics in order, as alot of the comics will not go in alphabetical order, and then there are some flashbacks etc that will go in the past, or whatever how do I go about the filename organization??

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You manually name comics.

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