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Personally I’ve always used UDF with the LG/Panasonic driver, except for a few experiments with FAT32 - but then I’m on W2K, so I need a driver anyway
By the way, InCD doesn’t do FAT32.
I also use the Panasonic DVD-RAM driver as it provides drag and drop simplicity just like it is a hard drive as well as the choice of Fat32 or UDF.
It also it rock solid compared to the experiences I have had with InCD in the past.
According to panasonic’s manual;
use UDf 1.5 for writing PC DATA as it also allows the transfer of data between Windows (XP, 2000 I presume) and Mac OS.
Use UDF 2.0 for Audio-Visual data if the disc is to be played in a DVD recorder (or from what I believe the file size is quite large EG: about 1 GB or more).
Use Fat32 for data that is also going to be used on Windows95 OSR2, Windows 98, Mindows ME, Windows 2000, or Windows Xp computers.
So for 3-6 mb files use UDF 1.5, or you could use UDF 2.0.
The driver can be found on these forums just search for- DVD-RAM Driver Download -.
The driver has the format utilities to choose Fat32 or UDF 1.5 - 2.0 unlike the native driver in XP which only allows Fat32.