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ISO9660 and UDF Questions

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I burned a PlayStation 2 game (Kingdom Hearts 2) on DVD-R and I saw that ISO9660 is UNKNOWN so I renamed the ISO9660 and UDF with the game name (KINGDOM_HEARTS_2). Then I started to burn another PlayStation 2 game (Jak and Daxter The Precursor Legacy) but there the ISO9660 and UDF was already named (JAKDAX).

What these two (ISO9660, UDF) does?

How should I know what ISO9660 and UDF are named on the original disc(s)?

Renaming will affect the image file?

Why some PlayStation 2 games has already named ISO9660 and UDF and why some doesn't has?

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They're file systems... and if you're burning an image file, you probably shouldn't mess around changing the volume label. The image will be a copy of the original disc, so if you change it, it's no longer a 'perfect' copy. Also, you'll never see that name again (in the PS2), so there's just no point.

As for why some say 'unknown' and others are filled out, that's down to whoever made the game.

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