I apologize if this has already been covered, but I haven't been able to find it.
Is there a guideline or an accepted method for naming track and recording titles for tracks on a bonus DVD, such that they are clearly noted as being a video and the recording isn't accidentally selected for an audio track because the duration is similar?
For example, one release of the BoDeans album Love & Hope & Sex & Dreams comes with a bonus DVD containing live versions of many of the same songs as the CD. Should the DVD tracks (or their associated recordings) include some sort of disambiguation in the title to indicate that it is a video rather than a normal audio track? Perhaps something like "She's a Runaway (DVD video)" rather than simply "She's a Runaway". That way it would be unlikely that this recording would be selected if someone were to enter a new release containing the track "She's a Runaway" that happened to correspond to the track length of the video version.
I've entered a few of these Bonus DVD media, and am now wondering if I should go back and change the title of the tracks and/or recordings to provide some disambiguation.