After a lot of research I finaly found this thread to ask my question …
In this review of the LG BH08LS20 Blu-ray burner :
you can read this:
Blu-ray Format Type:
[B]Similar to DVD-RAM[/B] , a Blu-ray disc can be formatted in the following types: UDF 1.50, UDF 2.00, UDF 2.50, UDF2.60, and FAT32.
Once we have logically formatted a BD-R or BD-RE disc, it can be used to write files just as you would do with a Pen Drive, Flash Drive, hard disk or DVD-RAM.
In the illustration below we will [B]use Panasonic UDF Formatter ( DVDForm ) version 220.127.116.11 to format a BD-RE disc[/B].
DVDForm offers several format types for BD-RE disc
I have been quite surprised to read that a BD-RE disc can be used like a DVD-RAM (after formating in Fat32 or UDFxxx ?) while writing files on the fly through the Windows Explorer
I like to know if anybody has experience about this feature under Windows 7 [B]and if this possibility depends on the brand and model of the BD burner (like suggested above)[/B]
I suppose that you absolutly need the 18.104.22.168 version of DVDForm (the Panasonic UDF formatter) to be able to do this
or is there a way to do this under Windows 7 alone ?