UDF revision

vbimport

#1

Hello,

I am making a lot of ISO’s of all my VIDEO_TS folders.

Now I see in the new IMGburn you have different UDF revisions.

What does a revision do?

I’m using revision 1.02 now (the lowest). Should i go for another revision?

Br.
jordi


#2

DVD Video uses 1.02 so if that’s what you’re building, stick with it!

You’d have to look at the UDF website if you really want to know the differences between them (mainly it’s just fault tolerance stuff).

Just remember that XP can’t read/understand 2.50+ without the use of an additional bit of software.


#3

Thanks Lightning UK (now I understand why you have that name :))


#4

Just to add, 1.02 is themost compatible of that versions.
So follow LUK!s advice.


#5

[QUOTE=LIGHTNING UK!;1998792]DVD Video uses 1.02 so if that’s what you’re building, stick with it!

You’d have to look at the UDF website if you really want to know the differences between them (mainly it’s just fault tolerance stuff).

Just remember that XP can’t read/understand 2.50+ without the use of an additional bit of software.[/QUOTE]

Well, Now I see that they are up to 2.60! Sorry if this was bouncing an old thred, I had just come across this issue. I was under the impression that the oldest versions of IMGBURN only had one or two selections in this area, now it goes from 1.02 to 2.60!

I always build with both UDF and ISO9660.

Thanks LUK for that bit of info: Here are some links about UDF

from Wiki-Stiki-Pedia:

Wenguang’s Intro to UDF:

http://homepage.mac.com/wenguangwang/myhome/udf.html

Afterdawn has a tiny page about it:

http://www.afterdawn.com/glossary/terms/udf.cfm

and the most useful, the OSTA page which has detailed PDF’d specs for each revision:

http://www.osta.org/specs/

Thanks LUK we can never repay you for everything you have done, and still do. (But we’ll try!)