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UDF 2.5 on DVD-RW

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Hello,

I'm new here and even quite new to CD Burner XP. Im using it on my new Win 7 64 Bit system only.

Now one question came up: how do I make an AVCHD DVD or Mini BD disk with a DVD drive and a DVD-RW or DVD-R media using CD Burner XP.

From some older postings I found that it might not be possible using the GUI as the GUI would always use UDF 1.02 when a DVD media is used. But it should be possible on command line with the cdbxpcmd.exe using the -udf:2.5 parameter.

Now I would like to ask if this is true and how I can check if my DVD has really been made with UDF 2.5.

Thanks,

Volker

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CDBurnerXP cannot author AVCHDs. For "Mini BD discs" you will need a Blu-Ray burning drive, not just a DVD-RW drive.

Just using a certain file system like UDF 2.5 will not suffice, as AVCHD need to adhere to a certain folder structure and file formats.

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CDBurnerXP cannot author AVCHDs. For "Mini BD discs" you will need a Blu-Ray burning drive, not just a DVD-RW drive.

Just using a certain file system like UDF 2.5 will not suffice, as AVCHD need to adhere to a certain folder structure and file formats.

Actually I've been told that it should work with Nero software, so why should it not using CDBurnerXP?

Of course you need to have a software which makes apropriate folder structure and file format, but then it should work. I'm using TsDoctor and TsMuxer for this purpose. The goal is to copy a HD TV stream from free German television to a DVD.

Currently I can make such DVDs and my BD player recognizes this DVD-RW as AVCHD disk, but when playing it it shows many false pixels, so it does look awful. However, it seems not to be a burning problem but a muxing problem when creating the AVCHD stuff.

Anyhow, I' m not an expert on this, doing it first time and still struggeling with this problem. Maybe I should try Nero for this purpose, although I don't like that software.

Volker

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So if you already got it to work (except for some graphics issues which should not happen because of the file system), what is your question actually?

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My question is, if the cdbxpcmd.exe command line tool does really work with UDF 2.5, even if a DVD-RW is used.

Because I read some postings which tell me that the command line tool is broken or does not work well or something like this.

Basically I do agree to you, the graphics issues should not be related to the filesystem, but who does really know that? Not me.

Volker

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