Please tell me if this is physically possible (even if not practical).
Here is the setup. I wantto make a custom disc, say I wrote an OS (or even compiled a custom Linux kernel), and I wanted a specific disc type for the system.
Would there be a way to hack the firmware of my burner to make the bitsetting a custom value (as opposed to DVDROM, DVD-R, etc)? Say I have already made my OS look for a booktype of "BRYDVDROM". Would there be a way to force my burner to only make discs with that booktype? I know they would only be able to be written by my writer, and read by other writers with that firmware. Is this possible?