I've not come across DVD Flick, but you will find the upper end of the DVD
authoring market will allow this.
Ulead DVD Workshop, although now a little outdated, still offers much more
than many apps, and will do this. I use this app.
I believe DVD LAb Pro2 will also do this, but can't be 100% certain.
Look at ehir sites, as you can probably download 30 day trials and get this
job out of the way without buying it. If it's something you do regularly, as
I do, then I'd suggest investing in one or the other, and I'd propably lean
towards DVD lab at this time if it does do the extra folder.
MVP Digital Media
"Adam Albright" <AA@ABC.net> wrote in message
> On Tue, 31 Jul 2007 12:41:53 -0700, "EvanBarr" <X@Y.com> wrote:
>>I used Movie Maker to edit my video clips and DVD Maker to burn a test
>>Now I want to create a final DVD that also contains a separate directory
>>with data that will only be seen if I pop the DVD into a computer.
>>I have looked at various DVD authoring tools and they all treat data and
>>video as two different types of DVDs. However, you can purchase
>>DVDs that have extra content for use on a computer.
>>One would think I could just copy the Video_TS directory to a new DVD
>>with my new directory, but I tried that with Nero and it displayed a
>>that the resulting DVD would not play in a stand-alone player.
>>I also noted that DVD Maker does not add an Audio_TS directory. Even
>>the directory would be empty, some stand-alone players require it.
>>So, how do I create a video DVD that also contains a data directory?
> I never had a need to do it, so don't want to mislead you. A good
> place to ask may be over at VCD help. http://www.vcdhelp.com
> I didn't really check, but one open source tool I know quite a few
> people use is called DVD Flick. If or not that can help you, don't
> know, I know they have a forum.