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Change Volume Label FSD Bug


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I have used Philips UDF Verification Software and found that when I change the volume label of a UDF image, FSD: File Set Identifier doesn't get changed. I'm using ImgBurn 2.4.2.0

 

old label:

====>	Volume identifiers summary:

    PVD:         Volume Identifier  [32]: "[color="#FF0000"]Jumped over the[/color]"
    PVD:     Volume Set Identifier [128]: "3912952B00000257"
    LVD: Logical Volume Identifier [128]: "[color="#FF0000"]Jumped over the Lazy Dog[/color]"
   IUVD: Logical Volume Identifier [128]: "[color="#FF0000"]Jumped over the Lazy Dog[/color]"
    FSD: Logical Volume Identifier [128]: "[color="#FF0000"]Jumped over the Lazy Dog[/color]"
    FSD:       File Set Identifier  [32]: "[color="#FF0000"]Jumped over the[/color]"


after changing:

====>	Volume identifiers summary:

    PVD:         Volume Identifier  [32]: "[color="#0000FF"]The quick brown[/color]"
    PVD:     Volume Set Identifier [128]: "3912952B00000257"
    LVD: Logical Volume Identifier [128]: "[color="#0000FF"]The quick brown Foxes[/color]"
   IUVD: Logical Volume Identifier [128]: "[color="#0000FF"]The quick brown Foxes[/color]"
    FSD: Logical Volume Identifier [128]: "[color="#0000FF"]The quick brown Foxes[/color]"
    FSD:       File Set Identifier  [32]: "[color="#FF0000"]Jumped over the[/color]"        <--- why doesn't this one get changed?

There are a bunch of errors upon verification too. ImgBurn probably doesn't generate OSTA-compliant UDF file system structures.

 

You can download UDF Verification Software here:

http://www.ip.philips.com/ (login first)

 

then go to:

http://www.ip.philips.com/partners/registe..._udf_index.html

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