Viewing family and vacation photos on an overhead projector is long behind us thanks to HDTVs and digital cameras. There are a variety of options for viewing your digital photos on your TV, from burning them to disc to connecting them directly to the television via A/V inputs, USB or a photo viewing device. Setup is fast and simple whatever option you choose.
Connect the Digital Camera to Your TV - Purchase a A/V connector cable for your digital camera if you do not already have one. Most new digital cameras include A/V cables along with USB cables. Insert the A/V connector cable into the camera.
Change the TV's display to match the input to where you've connected the camera to view the pictures on your camera. If you're not sure, simply toggle through the TV's input choices until you see your photos appear on the screen. If the photos do not appear, make sure the camera is properly connected and turned on.
Launch DVD Maker, a built-in Microsoft program used for making photo slide shows that can be burned to CD or DVD. DVD Maker is included with Windows Vista and Windows 7.
Insert the burned CD or DVD into your DVD player to view them on your TV.