Old 22-08-2004   #1
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Nero: What DVD-ROM compilation? (ISO, UDF, UDF/ISO)

Hi. I'm using Nero on my LG GSA-4082B drive, and I'm quite confused on what kind of compilation I'm going to write.

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What are the differences with these compilations?

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What is the difference with those UDF versions? Also, what does that Force DVD-Video compatibility mode do exactly?

Aside from that, will there be a difference whether I have DVD-R or DVD+R media to use along with those settings?

I hope someone could answer my questions, thanks.
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Re: Nero: What DVD-ROM compilation? (ISO, UDF, UDF/ISO)

If unsure, stick with UDF 1.02 for maxium compatibility.
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Re: Nero: What DVD-ROM compilation? (ISO, UDF, UDF/ISO)

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What is the difference with those UDF versions?
UDF is an acronym for "Universal Disk Format". It's a specification for a filesystem intended for use on write-once and rewritable media.

  • UDF 1.02: first release; primarily useful for read-only media like DVD-ROM.
  • UDF 1.50: includes defect management, useful for CD-R and CD-RW.
  • UDF 2.00: adds support for Stream Files, Access Control Lists, and power calibration.
  • UDF 2.01: adds support for Real Time Files.
  • UDF 2.50: adds Metadata Partition.

UDF is based on the ISO/IEC 13346 standard, now ECMA-167, available from http://www.ecma-international.org/pu...s/ECMA-167.htm
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Re: Nero: What DVD-ROM compilation? (ISO, UDF, UDF/ISO)

Thanks for the info...

So I presume that UDF 1.02 is recommended for DVD-Video burning... how about data backups?
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Re: Nero: What DVD-ROM compilation? (ISO, UDF, UDF/ISO)

I have the same question. I want to burn backups of my games by burning the images to DVD's and i'm wondering if i should use UDF or UDF/ISO and which version of UDF i should use. I noticed that with just UDF i couldn't use as long of disc name as i could with UDF/ISO. Which do you use for data DVD burning?
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Re: Nero: What DVD-ROM compilation? (ISO, UDF, UDF/ISO)

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So I presume that UDF 1.02 is recommended for DVD-Video burning...
Well, for DVD-Video, we'd really recommend that thing you see in your screenshot that says "DVD-Video".
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