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    SubjectRe: How to use udftools to make up a DVD with DVD-Video format
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    On Mon, Jan 03, 2005 at 02:10:33PM +0800, colin wrote:
    > We try to make up a DVD-Video disc on Linux.
    > DVD-Video disc contains a UDF/ISO9660 filesystem, and every file in it
    > should occupy the right sectors.
    > I know that mkisofs can do this, but we want to record video on-the-fly.
    > mkisofs doesn't support this functionality.
    > Therefore we would like to use UDF filesystem and udftools to do this.
    > Can I use them to make up a DVD with a UDF/ISO9660 filesystem and every file
    > in it occupies specified sectors?

    I suspect the cdwrite mailing list (hosted on lists.debian.org) would be
    a better place to ask for help on that. They tend to be very
    responsive to questions.

    http://lists.debian.org/cdwrite/

    Len Sorensen
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