I'm looking for a tool that can create a DVD or a BluRay from a set of Movies, files etc..
The most important functionality for the tool should be that it could add a button to the menu that can open an URL outside of the actual disk.
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I regularly use Sony DVD Architect for building complex DVD (as well as simple, it's quite intuitive) like commercials ones. DVD Architect is compatible with Blu-Ray, but doesn't include advanced features like BD live and other. From the same editor with a similar ergonomy, you can use DoStudio.
There are two editions:
You cannot build a complex BD/DVD without expensive software. A DVD cannot point to an URL of any type (unless it's inside the disc like a video/photo/music/...) and a BD can use the BD Live and BD touch functionalities to open web pages on any Blu-Ray player connected to internet. I think there is some limitations: you can maybe open videos with BD Live, but web pages have limited HTML/CSS and other support.
You can't reach a URL from either. And Blu-ray is always better than DVD given the fact the DVD is by nature Standard Definition. Why not just produce digital files?