First, did you know there is a DVD gallery that you can enable through your
registry? (Alternatively you could use an app called My Movies from
For the registry change:
Registry key -
Registry value - ShowGallery
Registry value data type - REG_SZ
Registry value data - Gallery = enable My DVDs; Play = do not enable My DVDs
By default, the registry value data is "Play", you would want to switch that
value to "Gallery"
To have cover art show, you put a pic named 'folder.jpg' in the
example: C:\DVDs\movie1\video_ts (video_ts contains the IFO, VOB's, etc.)
You would put the 'folder.jpg' in the movie1 folder.