I would like to use a UDF-formatted DVD+RW with a packetwriting software for supplying files to my KiSS DP-450 DivX/DVD-Player.
The problem is, that the KiSS can read UDF, but if there is also an ISO part on the DVD it will only read the ISO and not the rest.
When I use InCD to format the DVD+RW, it creates a ISO part with some UDF-driver information and therefore the files written in the UDF part become 'invisible' to my player.
Is there anyway to prevent InCD from writing that small ISO part?
If not, is there any other packetwriting software I could use, that does not write such ISO thing?
Thank you for any answers.