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Thread: dvd-video or udf/iso mode

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    Default dvd-video or udf/iso mode

    can anyone explain the difference between these two??


    scottie

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    Default iso/udf

    I'm kinda new at this myself but I think I no the diff-u use iso if burning up to 2 gigabytes and udf if burning more.

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    Using NERO, the "DVD-Video" mode is a special subset of UDF/ISO. "DVD-Video" mode AUTOMATICALLY addresses all settings necessary for proper burning of video to a DVD...

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    ISO images are very close to the "elusive" 1:1 back-ups. DVDDecrypter will make a D-5 image of a D-5 movie and burn such. IMGClassic will make the D-9 shrunk by ;Shrink files to a D-5 ISO, so ;decrypter will burn.

    IMGClassic v. 0.91.1 and DVDDecrypter v. 3.1.9.1 are freewares, as is DVDShrink. NERO = problems.
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