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UDF on HDD


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Reading this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Universal_Disk_Format

I've noticed that UDF is supported for Read and Write operations on both windows vista and Mac OS X and Plain flavor can be used in a hard drive, so it should be possible to use a UDF partition/HDD to share files between OSX and WVISTA without relying on a third party filesystem support, virtual machines or crappy FAT32. My question is: ¿It's possible? ¿HOW?

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Along the same lines, how do you use UDF packet-writing on DVD+RWs on Macs or is that even possible? What's the best way to write data to a DVD? Just let the finder open that burning folder on the desktop and drop stuff in there?

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Well, if you'd read the article you yourself linked, you'd have come to the conclusion that UDF is only used on DVD(+-R/W), BlueRay and HDDVD.

No Disc-Format for a Harddrive, at least not yet. WinXP is also able to read UDF, so if it had been possible all the time it would have been done.

 

Sorry to disappoint you,

 

MisterMaggi

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