Here's an example of the file name cut off. Original file name is all ASCII: 1965 Mildred Langanke, Florence Meister, Harold Langanke, Fritz Meister, Margaret and Paul Harbert, Daryl and Lena Weaver- Card Club at the Old Timken Park.JPG The file name on the burned UDF CD is sized (122 char).(3 char): 1965 Mildred Langanke, Florence Meister, Harold Langanke, Fritz Meister, Margaret and Paul Harbert, Daryl and Lena Weaver-.JPG The CDBurnerXP's compilation window shows the full length title. I am reading the burned CD with Windows XP-Pro's Explore browser (right-click START -> Explore). File name truncation is occuring, but from where?
I have same truncation issue, different OS- Win XP Pro. The desired file name lengths were 140 characters long. The programming disc format was set to UDF, unrestricted, in preparation for the burn. However, after burning, the CD's resulting file names were truncated at 126 chars (name+extension). UDF was confirmed, after the fact, by reading the useless CD's properties via Disc\Disc Information. It says UDF. Burner is an ATAPI iHAP422-9. The ATAPI manual lists no restrictions on format. How can I get the full file name to burn onto the CD? BTW, the .NET Frameworks are Ver 1.1, 2.0 SP2, 3.0 SP2 and 3.5 SP1. CDBurnerXP is Ver 220.127.116.1105