I understand that DVD video is a specific format. Are other formats like DIVX, MPEG, WMV, AVI, etc all considered DATA, then, when copied to DVD disc?
My DVD player can recognize some of these data formats - like DIVX and MPEG. If I simply copy these files to disc and pop them in my DVD machine, will it be able to play those files, or is there some particular file structure or format that is still required.
And do the files have to be in the root directory. What if I organize and copy them into folders on disc. Will that confuse my machine. If so, how can I organize the files to avoid having a huge list of files in the root dir.
Oh, one last thing: because these other formats are considered data files, I assume there is no time limit on the total length of the videos except the total capacity of the disc.