folder. That is a leftover from an old standard but is still considered as part of the DVD. Most DVD players can play a DVD even if it is not there. An WMV file is not considered a DVD standard file, so give a true authoring program a try. DVDFlick is free and should be able to do what you want. It can take a WMV file, convert it and then burn the DVD for you. All with a few clicks. Give it a try. If you still have problems, then come back with the details as to what happened.
I've been tring to burn a WMV file to a DVD so I can play it on my TV. I found some software that would allow me to do this and I downloaded the free versions. Most don't even work. The few that do work (For exaple ConvertX.) don't have audio when playing on the TV. I checked, and there are video files but an empty audio folder. Is the software I'm using bad? If so, do you know of any software that works? Or is there a way to correct the problem? I'm using DVD+R. I have a new Sony Blu-Ray player. If you need any more details just ask.