I'm sure that someone has dealt with this before, but I haven't been able to find any references to it.
On a trip to Italy last year, I took 400+ digital photos that I used Nero (not the full version; it came bundled with a TDK external CD burner) to burn onto a data CD. My DVD player will not play the images correctly. What I would like to do is pull all the photo images off the CD that I burned, and burn them onto another CD (or DVD) with Sonic's RecordNow! Plus software. Trouble is, I cannot get the photo images on the old CD to open with any photo rendering software that I have. The files on the data CD are all .DAT files, and they are have a header like the following:
RIFFDb CDXAfmt UXA data b
so they appear to be encoded in the RIFF format, if I am understanding the header correctly. How can I get these files renamed to what they should be, so that photo rendering software can properly interpret them, and I can get them burned onto another CD? I'm really lost here :eek: so any help would be very much appreciated. Thanks, and best regards.