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what's the difference between cdudf and udf?

Discussion in 'PS2' started by NoelG, Feb 10, 2003.

  1. NoelG

    NoelG Member

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    I recently burned a nightmare on elm street onto dvd using smartripper (yeah, i know, naff film) onto dvd+r. i tried playing it on my ps2, but it wouldn't accept it, it only took it on my computer dvd player. I realised afterwards that i hadn't finalised the session properly after the writing process. So i used directcd to finish off the session. now on my dvd disk it says that i have 800mb of space available, but the other 4GB's have been used. The file system on a normal dvd is udf i think, but on my copied dvd, it says it is cdudf. it now works in my ps2. is there any difference between the 2 formats? does the cdudf mean it is multisession? will i be able to burn a dvd+r and finalise the session straight away and will it work on my ps2? i am confused. any help would be great. thanks
     
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    by the way i have a SCPH30003, a ricoh mp5125a and burn on hp dvd+r
     
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    You can choose UDF and finilize at the same time.
    I allways copy my movies that way after ripping them and compressing them with DVD2one if neccesary.
     

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