Well, I have read all sorts of things on this, and unless I missed them, could not find my specific issue.
I want to create a playable DVD slideshow, I did that, BUT I want optional folder access of pictures on the disk as still images, just a basic picture folder in other words.
So how do I put a playable DVD video + pictures on one disk that are accessed when put in PC? Is this even possible?
I have tried combo of...
All three as well...
Tried putting all as ISO but then no picture access when in PC.
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I use ImgBurn to burn DVD video, and usually add a folder of PC files. If I have a few hundred MB free space, why not stash some backups on it?
Anyway, in ImgBurn;
Insert your blank disc.
Options: File system: ISO 9660 + UDF
(This is compatible with both DVD video and PC files.)
Now click the yellow folder icon to choose folders to burn.
First choose your VIDEO_TS, with all your DVD video files.
And I have a folder on my PC just called "Files" for those I am going to burn, so I select that. You can add as many other files as you have room for.
You can click the Calculator icon on the Information tab to see how much room you have.
When you've finished selecting files, just click the green triangle "build and burn" button.
The DVD player only sees the VIDEO_TS folder and plays the video as normal.
The PC can open it like a data disc as well.
Thank you, I'll give it a try and see how it goes. I have to make 20 of these from my son's prom of playable in player + pics on the disc to hand out so hopefully this goes through.
Hey Thanks! It worked flawlessly! This is awesome, now I don't have to double up on DVDs, thanks again!