Looking for ISO9660/CDFS conformance testing tool

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#1

Hi,
I found Philips tool for UDF conformance testing very useful. I like to know if anyone knows and can recommend a tool for conformance testing for ISO9660/CDFS ?

Thanks.


#2

Wish I could help you with your request but I don’t have any information.

Where did you get the Philips tool for UDF conformance testing ?
I would be interested in trying it.
Thanks


#3

[QUOTE=cholla;2471189]Wish I could help you with your request but I don’t have any information.

Where did you get the Philips tool for UDF conformance testing ?
I would be interested in trying it.
Thanks[/QUOTE]
I was following the link at wikipedia UDF section:


at references:
http://www.ip.philips.com/services/?module=IpsVisitorLogin

you need to register .

Enjoy.


#4

Thanks . I had found the Wiki article & did register at the Phillips site.
I could not find the tool on the site.


#5

[QUOTE=cholla;2471450]Thanks . I had found the Wiki article & did register at the Phillips site.
I could not find the tool on the site.[/QUOTE]You can find it by clicking on:

  1. Partners Area in the menu,
  2. then Partners

#6

Thanks Truman I found the download & now have it.
I haven’t got it installed yet so I can’t post how it works.
If it returns something of interest I will post it.


#7

By the way i traced a commercial tool “CD structure” by infinadyne
http://www.infinadyne.com/CDStructure.html
I am waiting for evaluation version by the company to check it out.


#8

I might need to ask this in a new topic but it is related to this.
In my command window with the Philips tool for UDF when I run udf_test -help or
udf_test -scsi 0:1 on a DVD disc .It produces more information than the command window will let me view.I can scrool up & down but only about half the information is there.
So does anyone know how to set the command window to hold all the information ?
And allow it to be viewed.


#9

[QUOTE=cholla;2472092]I might need to ask this in a new topic but it is related to this.
In my command window with the Philips tool for UDF when I run udf_test -help or
udf_test -scsi 0:1 on a DVD disc .It produces more information than the command window will let me view.I can scrool up & down but only about half the information is there.
So does anyone know how to set the command window to hold all the information ?
And allow it to be viewed.[/QUOTE]You can change the default screen buffer size by:

  1. right-click the command window title bar and choose “properties”,
  2. choose “layout” tab,
  3. under “Screen Buffer Size”, change the Height to the amount of lines you want the buffer to hold

There is another solution that you can do, that is to redirect the output to a text file instead, here’s an example that writes output to udf_results.txt file:

udf_test -help >udf_results.txt


#10

Thanks Truman both suggestions worked & will be helpful.Not only for this program but others.
Adding to the info you gave this produces a .txt file of the test on a DVD disc :
udf_test -scsi 0:1 >udf_results1.txt
That is if the drive tested is 0:1 .
This will help someone determine that:
udf_test -showscsi
What I’m trying to use the tool for is to find out why my Vista OS will not read -VR mode recorded DVD -RW discs. I posted this in a topic a while back & got good response but never solved the problem.


#11

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