Is it true that packet writing isn't very reliable, and if one session fails, all data that is already on that cd is also destroyed?
Am I understanding it right that multisession is a bit the same but more reliable, however the files cannot be individually changed or deleted so you can't use a cd as a harddisk? Is multisession ISO or UDF file system? Also, does multisession only work with rewritable cds or dvds?
However there also seems to be a Mount Ranier format (what's the extension). What exactly is that and what are the benifits compared to the previous mentioned methods. I believe Plextor supports Mt Rainier (don't NEC writers support Mt Rainier), so what is it good for?
If packet writing is not reliable, shouldn't I use programs like InCD4 or does that use Mt Rainier or something?..
Anybody could explain this please cause all these methods are confusing me! Which method(s) should I use that is/are reliable? Thanks!