One of the most popular features of my Home Theater PC at home is it's ability to play movies stored right on our HTPC - no need to find the DVD disk and load it into the DVD Player because it's already there on the HTPC and you can pull it up from a menu of the movies stored there. Well with Mac's Front Row, this wasn't possible unless you transcoded the movie to a non-standard DVD file format. There is a workaround that allows Front Row users to do this and it looks pretty easy to set up.
While I was browsing del.icio.us last night I found a nice DVD solution for Mac, Front Row users. By default, standard DVD files - the VIDEO_TS folders are unrecognizable in Front Row. The workaround was made to allow Front Row to browse these movies (usually ripped/decrypted from DVD's) and allow the playback of the movies including the DVD menus and special features.
To see DVD Assist with Front Row in action, watch the YouTube video made by MacHDTV