Every DVD has a portion of space set aside for video and space set aside for data. The space set aside for data is known as Read Only Memory or ROM.
These DVD-ROM tracks are portions of a DVD that are invisible to a standard DVD player. When the disk is inserted into a DVD-equipped computer however, the track becomes accessible just like any computer media disk. It is easy to include forms, Flash videos, PDF files, e-books, lists of linked web resources, computer programs, or just about any other digital resource you can think of.
Instructions for iDVD:
1. Choose Advanced > Edit DVD-ROM Contents. A window
2. Click Add Files and browse to select your files, and then click
Open, or drag the files from the Finder to the DVD-ROM
3. Click New Folder and drag the files in the DVD-ROM
Contents window to reorganize the files.
Be sure to check the DVD Capacity meter in the Status pane of the Customize drawer to find out how many gigabytes of disc space are used up. The DVD Capacity meter shows the disc space taken up by the video portion of the disc as well as the DVD-ROM portion.
Instructions for Nero
Instructions for DVD Studio Pro
Last update: 03:13 PM Sunday, August 24, 2008