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What is the difference between UDF and ISO?

Asked by G. Cole, Last updated: Nov 11, 2022

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Peyton Berrymore

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Answered Mar 05, 2020

If you want to burn your data into different formats, there are different kinds of file system formats that can be used. UDF and ISO are commonly used to get this done. However, there are some differences between the two. ISO is also known as ISO 9660, and it is the older creation of the two. It was so popular when it was created because it can easily be used to burn data into CD format. You can easily use any CD player to play any data burnt with ISO.

UDF (Universal Disk Format) is the creation of the Optical Storage Technology Association. It was created to improve on the various limitations of ISO. UDF is equipped with so many features that are not present in ISO. From its name, you can easily deduce that it can be used to burn data into different kinds of format, which means it can be played using both CD and DVD player.

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