The first thing you have to do, is get your hands on what they call a 'stub' program. This is an executable program that you put in the root of your CD, that can execute the default browser of that persons system (it uses the ShellExecute() function -- if you are a programmer).
Once you have the stub program (try searching google for ShellExecute -- if anything, you will find some instructions on how to compile it yourself), you have to create the autorun.inf. To do this, go into notepad (or any other text editor), and type the following:
Assuming your stub program accepts only 1 parameter, this will pass the name of your html file to the stub program, which will then execute it. You are going to have to place the autorun.inf file in the root director of you CD as well.
Finally, you are going to have to create the HTML. If you want the person to just access it, you use the <a href> tag to link to each of the videos, and when they click on it, it will come up with the "Open, Save" dialog. They can then use the Open option to open the video with their default video player.
If you want them to view the videos right inside the webpage, you will have to create separate webpages for each of the videos, and use the <embed> tag to load each one up (you can search google for "embed" for more information).
If this seems like an awful lot of work (it can get exhaustive
), I have found this link for you:
This is a tutorial off of doom9.org (awesome for video encoding), which helps you create a divx-autorun program. This might be what your looking for, but I'm not sure what your doing exactly.
I hope this helps.