[QUOTE=sc_1004;2142346]Most DVD players will play WAV files since most will play audio CDs. So if I can burn multiple audio CDs on to a single DVD, why wouldn’t the player be able to read that?[/QUOTE]Just because a player will play CDs doesn’t mean they’ll play WAV files on a DVD. For a start the digitised sound is organised slightly differently on a CD and has the file extension [I].cda[/I]. The data can be extracted and saved as a Microsoft [I].wav[/I] file but I bet if you burned those straight onto a CD, the same player wouldn’t read them then.
Then there’s the question of multiple CD images - which is what I presume you mean - burned on a DVD. The DVD player would have to have firmware specifically written to recognise this; something which I have not heard of as existing.
[QUOTE=sc_1004;2142347]Btw, besides the program mentioned above, what software would allow me to burn WAV files on to DVDs and “organize them into folders”? How would I do this?[/QUOTE]You can use ImgBurn in ‘Build’ mode to burn the folder structure. But first you should find out whether the DVD player can recognise WAV files in the first place.