Okay the first thing I should say is that the primary objective is to burn DVD media so that it will play properly on whatever "standalone" DVD player you insert it into. Meaning "compatiblity" is what's most important. I can use ConvertXtoDVD, DVD Shrink and/or Nero 7 to burn DVD media. Because of problems with ConvertXtoDVD, I tried to use Nero 7 to burn a DVD and it gives me the options that cause me to have to choose between a "data" DVD and a "Video" DVD. With "Video DVD" as the choice, Nero did not want to select both the Audio_TS and Video_TS folders; instead it wanted to grab all the individual files in the Video_TX folder which felt more like it was trying to do a "data" burn rather than a video burn. I thought I read somewhere that the "Audio_TS" folder has no relevant data in it, but it needs to be included on the DVd if it is to be played on a "standalone" DVD player, and also I suspect that the "Video_TS" folder also needs to be there with the data inside it in order for the DVD to be able to play correctly. Is this true ? If so, why was Nero ignoring these two folders ? Was I doing something wrong ? Any help appreciated & thanks in advance.