[QUOTE=zevia;2117106]Your OS can read it but your standalone Blu-ray player might not. As platinumsword, UDF 2.50 is the safest.[/QUOTE]
When authoring a BDV disc for playback, both programs default to UDF 2.5 (you can also choose UDF 2.6).
I was just curious about burned data discs (mp3/wav, photos, documents, large AVI/DIVX, etc). It was strange seeing both “CDFS” and UDF 2.0 listed as file systems when using the “Disc Info” tool on INCD.
According to a Panasonic PDF manual that came with an older DVD-RAM drive, UDF 1.5 was recommended for PC Data & UDF 2.0 for video-use (i.e. with DVD recorders, VRO/VOB files).
Speaking of video files, has anybody used Hauppauge’s new HD-PVR and successfully burned its H.264 files on either Nero or Cyberlink?