You are right about Aztek - I was thinking of Crstal Skull earlier and then got Aztek jumbled in there.
I also checked my game list and remembered Double Switch and Night Tracks are FMV (though terrible games IMHO) I can't believe I omitted Spycraft ( a personal fave game) I also would think Return To Zork would qualify. It is like the Tex Murphy games. FMV characters dropped into graphic environments. Hell Cab is another game too. It's weird and actiony - but it was a household favorite for quite a while.
As for Dracula Unleashed and Consulting Detective series, the re-mastered DVD versions require the software but not the originals. I have them for the MAC and PC now. The same applies to Silent Steel. There's an older original version and a re-mastered DVD version. All three of these games came out in the early to mid 90's pre-dating DVD technology I would think. POV and TLC either didn't require one or also came with a program on the CDRom. It's been a while since I played them both though - so I can't recall right off hand. I know I just installed and played both of them on my current system. Now I do have a DVD/CDRom so it may already have a compatable program on my PC - so I didn't notice.