UDF Filesystem for Standalone Bluerayplayer

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#1

Hello folks!

I burn at the moment my private movies in MKV format on Blueray and DVD discs.
But i saw that Nero is using UDF 1.02 System for that.

Can a LG or Samsung Blueray player read such a disc, or is it really necessary to burn with UDF 2.5?

Normally i read that only m2ts real blueray movies need that.

Second Question ist, does anybody use ISO Filesystem to burn for bluerays, maybe for backups? (At the moment i use UDF for backups too)

Using Windows 7 64bit at the moment…


#2

I have been Backing up DVD’s and now Blu-ray using DVDFab and ImgBurn with no problems, Movie Only. I use full resolution VOB and M2TS Files. Check out my other Post below, if you want to burn full resolution reliable Back-ups. :cool:


#3

ISO FS for BD?
That makes no sense.


#4

@chef

Why it doesn’t make sense to use ISO on BD-R for backups like JPEG or RAW ???

AT real Blueray Movie, i can understand UDF 2.5 is needed, but for simple backups?


#5

You wrote about mkv and bd backups…

ISO is also only possible with filesizes smaller 2gb.


#6

what is the bottom part to use UDF 2.5 to burn whatever you need on your blu-ray burner ?
it will just be painful if you don’t have a UDF 2.5 driver on your PC, but it is not a problem with recent windows version.