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DVD Video file system

DVD-Video discs use UDF with all required data specified by UDF and ISO 13346 to allow playing in computer systems. The DVD-Video files must be no larger than 1 GB in size and be recorded as a single extent in one continuous sequence. The first directory on the disc must be the VIDEO_TS directory containing all the files, and all filenames must be in the 8.3 (filename.ext) format. [Source: Burn World]







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