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== ImgBurn ==
 
ImgBurn
 
ImgBurn
is the only Windows software I know of that can generated
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is the only Windows software I know of that can generate
 
UDF volumes (with 2 KiB optical media/disc -sized sectors/blocks)  (as opposed to half-KiB (512 byte) block-sized U.D.F. volumes for  hdd and flash media
 
UDF volumes (with 2 KiB optical media/disc -sized sectors/blocks)  (as opposed to half-KiB (512 byte) block-sized U.D.F. volumes for  hdd and flash media
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that has fractions of (granularity precision resolution) of less than whole-number integer seconds (some values to the right of a decimal point).
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:also its UDF volumes represent (the atimes can differ from the produced mtimes of each file and folder/directory)  and not only that ctimes (which, in Windows represents birth/creation timestamps, not last-changed, as *nix systems do) if UDF revision 2.01 or higher is selected (not 1.50 nor 1.02) -- AND a setting is chosen under ____
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2.5.7.0  (from 2012 or 2011?) is the version that I have used and recommend. It is the second-last release/revision of this software. 
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:Hiren's Boot CD (including remixes/remasterings  derivatives) include a portable version of this. There is probably a portable apps version.
  
2.5.7.0  (from 2012 or 2011?)
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2.5.8.0 (as of now --[[User:Fleetwood|Fleetwood]] ([[User talk:Fleetwood|talk]]) 21:39, 11 June 2014 (UTC) the latest, but has some minor adware bundled?  _candy _ ?)  
  
2.5.8.0 (as of now --[[User:Fleetwood|Fleetwood]] ([[User talk:Fleetwood|talk]]) 21:39, 11 June 2014 (UTC) the latest, but has some  minor adware bundled?)
 
  
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== InfraRecorder ==
  
 
InfraRecorder hasn't been updated since September 2012 (at version 0.53)
 
InfraRecorder hasn't been updated since September 2012 (at version 0.53)
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ImgBurn and InfraRecorder's UDF volumes  timestamps can match  represent  differing atimes from mtimes of corresponding source folders and files!
 
ImgBurn and InfraRecorder's UDF volumes  timestamps can match  represent  differing atimes from mtimes of corresponding source folders and files!
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== Glorysoft ==
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Glorysoft
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makes ISOworkshop and __burner
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It gives a choice of ISO 9660 with any combination of that (levels 1, 2, or 3)  and Joliet (and joliet-long)  along with 4 revisions of UDF  1.02 1.50  2.00? 2.01 ?and 2.50??
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it uses Foxit libraries (framework backend core) ?  Fox burner ??? 
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UDF volumes  timestamps cannot be read by windows  but  they are by Linux
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they  teh c , m , and a times can differ (are one-second integer whole-number resolution)

Revision as of 22:04, 11 June 2014

ImgBurn

ImgBurn is the only Windows software I know of that can generate UDF volumes (with 2 KiB optical media/disc -sized sectors/blocks) (as opposed to half-KiB (512 byte) block-sized U.D.F. volumes for hdd and flash media that has fractions of (granularity precision resolution) of less than whole-number integer seconds (some values to the right of a decimal point).

also its UDF volumes represent (the atimes can differ from the produced mtimes of each file and folder/directory) and not only that ctimes (which, in Windows represents birth/creation timestamps, not last-changed, as *nix systems do) if UDF revision 2.01 or higher is selected (not 1.50 nor 1.02) -- AND a setting is chosen under ____

2.5.7.0 (from 2012 or 2011?) is the version that I have used and recommend. It is the second-last release/revision of this software.

Hiren's Boot CD (including remixes/remasterings derivatives) include a portable version of this. There is probably a portable apps version.

2.5.8.0 (as of now --Fleetwood (talk) 21:39, 11 June 2014 (UTC) the latest, but has some minor adware bundled? _candy _ ?)


InfraRecorder

InfraRecorder hasn't been updated since September 2012 (at version 0.53) it uses (via cygwin -derived) cdrtools (from what yaer 2004 codebase?) cdrecord.exe mkisofs.exe <-- readcd.exe

(there are cdrkit-based counterparts floating around too ) (use wodim and genisoimage and icedax.exe)

the UDF generation I believe is not from mkisofs.exe and those timestamps cannot be read by windows, but Linux can! whole-number integer second timestamp resolution

ImgBurn and InfraRecorder's UDF volumes timestamps can match represent differing atimes from mtimes of corresponding source folders and files!


Glorysoft

Glorysoft

makes ISOworkshop and __burner

It gives a choice of ISO 9660 with any combination of that (levels 1, 2, or 3) and Joliet (and joliet-long) along with 4 revisions of UDF 1.02 1.50 2.00? 2.01 ?and 2.50??

it uses Foxit libraries (framework backend core) ? Fox burner ???

UDF volumes timestamps cannot be read by windows but they are by Linux they teh c , m , and a times can differ (are one-second integer whole-number resolution)