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Could someone tell me the difference between burning a UDF and a ISO/UDF DVD?



 
 
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Old January 17th 08, 08:49 AM posted to alt.comp.hardware.pc-homebuilt
Ron Cliburn
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Default Could someone tell me the difference between burning a UDF and a ISO/UDF DVD?

I tried to burn a DVD and had one file over 2 gigs. The rest were
under 2 gigs. The program said I had to burn in a UDF format.
I've burned in UDF before but never noticed the UDF/ISO option.

What is the difference and when would you use one over the other?
I looked in the Help file but, as you may guess it was no help.

Thanks
RC
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Old January 17th 08, 04:26 PM posted to alt.comp.hardware.pc-homebuilt
meerkat[_3_]
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Default Could someone tell me the difference between burning a UDF and a ISO/UDF DVD?


"Ron Cliburn" wrote in message
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I tried to burn a DVD and had one file over 2 gigs. The rest were
under 2 gigs. The program said I had to burn in a UDF format.
I've burned in UDF before but never noticed the UDF/ISO option.

What is the difference and when would you use one over the other?
I looked in the Help file but, as you may guess it was no help.

http://homepage.ntlworld.com/allcam/cdformat.html


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Old January 17th 08, 11:56 PM posted to alt.comp.hardware.pc-homebuilt
sandy58
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Default Could someone tell me the difference between burning a UDF and aISO/UDF DVD?

On Jan 17, 3:26 pm, "meerkat" wrote:
"Ron Cliburn" wrote in message

... I tried to burn a DVD and had one file over 2 gigs. The rest were
under 2 gigs. The program said I had to burn in a UDF format.
I've burned in UDF before but never noticed the UDF/ISO option.


What is the difference and when would you use one over the other?
I looked in the Help file but, as you may guess it was no help.


http://homepage.ntlworld.com/allcam/cdformat.html


Handy page, meerkat. Thanks
 




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