[QUOTE=Wombler;2515089]You’ll only find a video_ts folder on a proper DVD Video disc.
WMVs are computer video files that are stored on DVD data discs.
You don’t need to compress them to copy the disc.
You can even copy the files directly to your hard drive in Windows Explorer and either watch them from there or burn them to another blank DVD.
In ImgBurn all you do is insert your original disc, select ‘Create image file from disc’.
Then put in a blank disc and select ‘Write image file to disc’.
That will create an.iso with ImgBurn . I haven’t tried to ‘Write image file to disc’ with .wmv files in the .iso .Maybe Wombler can post if this will create a DVD compliant format .If you are going to play this in a standalone you will need to convert the .wmv to a DVD compliant format.
I’m leaving out other formats some standalones will also play.
AFAIK standalones won’t play .wmv files. If you are only going to play this on a computer .wmv should be fine.