Mate, I’ve just run off some tests on Nero 126.96.36.199 and I got exactly the results I expected. I’m using Windows XP Pro.
ISO Level 1 (8.3 chars), without Joliet. Obviously the names are stored without case distinction - therefore, they are all capital characters but like I said, Windows (by default) displays all cap filenames a Capital followed by lower case characters. Same applies for Level 2 (31 chars), all caps.
With Joliet, all cases were preserved perfectly. There was no change in any of the filenames, even if they were all capital because Windows knows it has access to a record of the filename where the case is explicitly specified.
I was using ISO 9660 character set for these tests. Do you burn ISO’s with DOS or ASCII characters? Why?
So, we’re back to square one! Give us more info!
P.S. One thing that did surprise me is, out of the 4 test burns, 2 had identical volume serial numbers!!! Can anyone comment on where the ID comes from with a CDRW? I used the same disc for all four tests. I thought it would either be on the ATIP or random.