DVD-ROM ISO or DVD-ROM UDF ? For Raw Data

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#1

I burn 1 to 2 DVDs every day for my various data’s … I burn with the DVD-ROM ISO option … But if I choose DVD-ROM UDF, what will be the difference ? Which one is better ?

Thanks


#2

It’s just a matter of compatibility with DVD readers and stand-alone’s for me, the UDF file system will let you use files bigger’n 2 GB.


#3

I pretty much have the same question…I am burning data to use in a Divx compatible stand alone DVD player…should I be burning in ISO, UDF, or ISO/UDF format?

Considering I will most likely not be using a older OS anytime soon, straight ISO seems like a waste of time, so I am thinking UDF or UDF/ISO. What is the penalty for using ISO/UDF? It just writes two tables of contents, right? Wouldn’t that make it the most flexible choice?

Any input as to why someone would choose straight ISO or UDF when you can have both ISO/UDF as a format option?

Thanks…