[QUOTE=LIGHTNING UK!;2540517]I believe UDF 2.50+ is the ‘norm’ for the latest generation media (HD DVD/BD).
Being a data disc, it doesn’t matter too much though.
Just be aware that XP doesn’t support 2.50 and won’t be able to read what’s on the disc (without an extra little driver).
If in doubt, select all 3 (ISO9660, Joliet, UDF 1.02). That’ll give you the most readable disc possible.
UDF 2.50+ have new features that help with recovery should the disc get scratched. It keeps 2 tables of where everything is stored - one at the start of the disc and another at the end (well, after all the file data).
I certainly wouldn’t ONLY use ISO9660 (with relaxed restrictions), just use Joliet/UDF which were designed not to have them in the first place.[/QUOTE]
Hello lightening UK.
First of all i want to say imgburn is the best program ever.
Second i was wondering for Blu ray data disc if its wise to use UDF 2.50 + ISO + Joliet ?
Or if you take all three should i use UDF 1.02 instead ?
I also read on many sites UDF 2.60 is mostly used in camera recorders like Avchd recording since UDF 2.60 allows to add more data at a later time so my wild guess for a write once blu ray data disc plan 2.50 will be my best bet right ?
And is it a problem to burn UDF 2.50 + ISO + Joliet or is that a good idea so older systems that cant read udf 2.50 can fall back on the Iso or Joliet part ?