About DVD-ROM Discs
You can create either DVD-Video or DVD-ROM discs with DVD Studio Pro.
• DVD-Video discs: Contain the VIDEO_TS or HVDVD_TS and AUDIO_TS folders only.
• DVD-ROM discs: Contain the VIDEO_TS or HVDVD_TS and AUDIO_TS folders, as well as
other files you specify.
• ROM-only DVD discs: Do not contain the VIDEO_TS, HVDVD_TS, or AUDIO_TS
folders—they contain only other files you specify.
DVD-ROM discs, also known as hybrid discs, play on standalone DVD players the same
way DVD-Video discs do. When played on a computer, however, the additional files on
the disc can be accessed, either directly or as part of a DVD@CCESS link. See
for more information on DVD@CCESS.
Finishing a Project
Note: The type of DVD project you are creating, SD or HD, determines the type of volumes
that are created. SD projects create a UDF 1.02 volume and HD projects create a UDF 2.50
volume, regardless of the disc type actually being burned. UDF 2.50 volumes will not play
in current SD DVD players and are not supported by older computers, including those
running Mac OS X v10.3 Panther or earlier.