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(UDF)Implementation id

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Using a prog like DVDInfoPro there is information avail about the inserted cd/dvd. Sample: UDF implementation id DVD Shrink, DVD2One or IMGBurn etc... Depends what prog is used for the ISO.

 

Where do I find this info in the ISO or more precise, how do I avoid that this information is added in the ISO and/or burned on the disc?

 

Any suggestion welcome,

Greetings

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It's in the file system and I doubt you can avoid it. You'd have to manually remove it and recalculate all the CRC's.

 

btw, all that info is visible in ImgBurn too. Hover the mouse over where the volume label goes on the main screen and you'll get a tooltip with Volume Identifier, Volume Set Identifier (* in next version), Application ID, Implementation ID and File System(s) in it.

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Attn: LIGHTNING UK

 

Thank you for your reply.

 

I understand that the prog what is used for the ISO is responsible(adding) for this info?

Some kind of innocent Adware?

 

 

Greetings,

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It's part of the file system specs that whatever program creates the image containing said file system fills out this field with an appropriate value.

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You could try to hex edit it out with something like Hex Workshop.

 

Regards

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Yup but you must then recalculate the CRC's for the UDF descriptors or nothing will use/read that file system (assuming they check them). I know for sure that windows does.

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All the more reason to use build mode (assuming the transcoders don't load up VIDEO_TS.IFO with a bit of advertising) :)

 

Regards

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Attn: Lightning and Blu

 

1. Know how to remove this info after your advise.

Understand that the purpose of this information in the files is of no value for the user(player) of the ISO.

 

2. I suppose, random letters are okay.

So why are these progs not adding some random info?

Who is happy to know what prog fabricated this ISO, since ISO is a general standard?

Edited by wishfull

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Because random info doesn't let people trace back where it came from (what made it) in case of problems / bugs.

 

What's the big deal anyway?!

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