If I have the folder/file structure of a VCD on my HD (don't have the original VCD, not sure how it was copied to the HD; I assume dragged/dropped), can I then just open Nero or Recordnow DX, and drag those same folders/files to a new "data disc job" and burn, effectively making a new VCD? an exact copy of the original VCD? Is any data lost/mangled here? Doesn't a VCD have to be burnt in Mode 2/Form 2 for it to be recognized as a VCD? And about Mode 2/Form 2: Is it simply the folder/file structure of the CD which casues it to be recognized as a VCD, or is it some physical structure change to the normal data CD-- or, some header information wirtten to the CD which causes the CD to be recognized as a VCD? My questions all stem from the different block size VCD's have (2336 vs 2048 right?). * I know I could just convert the *.dat w/vcdgear then re-author using vcdceasy, but I'd like to keep the chapter points/menu, etc.