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What is the difference between ISO, Joliet and UDF?
An ISO 9660 file system is a standard CD-ROM file system.
Full ISO format requires all upper case characters or numbers, no spaces, very limited special characters, and no more than 30 characters in the name.
Joliet is the name of an extension to the ISO 9660 file system.
Joliet format permits 64-character file names with
lower-case alpha and other relaxed restrictions. It also
relaxes the ISO requirement for directory nesting to no more
than eight levels. It doesn't hurt to include the Joliet
Directory if the names conform.
UDF is a hybrid filesystem that uses both UDF and ISO 9660. Also called a UDF bridge, it was commonly used until Microsoft incorporated support for UDF
in its operating system. UDF permits 127 16-bit Unicode
characters, or 254 8-bit Unicode characters. If any
character in any name is not in the list of legal 8-bit
Unicode characters, all names will be represented in 16-bit
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