Having asked for a copy of the video of my nephew’s activities, I have been emailed a folder containing several files with names such as VIDEO_TS.BUP, VIDEO_TS.IFO and VIDEO_TS.VOB among others.
I think that I sort of vaguely understand this but my specific question is about the nature of the difference (if any) between a DVD-ROM disk and a video DVD disk.
If I burn these files in their file structure as data to a DVD-ROM disk – just as I archive, say, MSWord documents for backup purposes - will I have essentially created a video DVD? Or is there something more to it than that?
Put another way, is it only the structure/names of the files and directories that makes it a video DVD or is the format somehow different?