Normal video DVD's with Rev applications on them?
stephenREVOLUTION2 at barncard.com
Sun Jan 17 22:27:51 CST 2010
I am sure one can create multi-session DVDs just like you can for CDs.
I'd experiment around with a copy of Toast (or Nero) and see what files
those apps put in .
2010/1/17 David Bovill <david at vaudevillecourt.tv>
> Does anyone know of the low down on creating DVD's that will play as normal
> video DVD's - but that also contain computer data and software such as a
> application? I've not done this with DVD's, and thought actually it would
> not work or I'd have seen more of the beasts - this is a quote I found in
> searching (though most searches turn up refs to DVD editing software):
> you just need to creat the DVD on an hard disk with the video_ts folder,
> > then add the folder with the data and burn all as a video DVD (with nero
> > example).
> > putting an autorun in the root of the disk will lauch something for PC so
> > the user does not need to navigate to some file manually.
> I know I'm going to have problems playing the DVD video data from within
> Rev, but forgetting that issue for now - would creating this data folder
> create any issues for normal DVD players? Has anyone done this you know of?
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