Windows 10: DVD formatting options

  1.    05 Feb 2018 #1

    DVD formatting options

    For the inbuilt and DVD drive I see the following option:
    UDF 1.0
    UDF 1.5
    UDF 2.0
    UDF 2.01 (DEFAULT)
    UDF 2.50

    No options for ISO 9660, Joliet, HFS+

    I have downloaded ImageBurn and it gives me the option to format in IS)9660 and UDF.
    On my Mac, I formatted to UDF< ISO9660, Joliet and HFS+.

    I do want my DVDs to be as universally compatible and future-proof. My DVDs must be readable on PC and Mac.

    Is UDF by itself good enough? And is the default version 2.01 the best choice for image file storage? I do not burn to BluRay.

    Would using ImageBurn and formatting to UDF and ISO9660 bet preferable too formatting to just UDF?
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  2.    05 Feb 2018 #2

    Yes, use the default.
      My ComputerSystem Spec


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