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Nero and Joliet mode

Anyone have any idea why I can't burn Joliet with Nero? it just sets it back to iso.

Nero and Joliet mode

Reply #1
joliet is just an microsoft extention to ISO 9660. so as long as you check joliet it will burn the joliet information.

Nero and Joliet mode

Reply #2
yes but then I set Joliet it sets it back and I get a warning when burning the cd.

Nero and Joliet mode

Reply #3
and in the burning dialog it says that it is ISO.

Nero and Joliet mode

Reply #4
I had exactly this strange problem long time back. I re-installed the latest version of Nero and everything was fine.

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Nero and Joliet mode

Reply #5
huh?
it behaves quite different now.
but still......
edit->proporties->label->
I set joilet.
I close the window and go back.
it is set back to iso.

everything else seems to work but this worries me and in the final burning dialog it says "ISO".

Nero and Joliet mode

Reply #6
how do I check if it indeed wrote Joilet?

Nero and Joliet mode

Reply #7
Right-clic your drive in Windows Explorer and see the volumes. It is written which ones are Iso and which ones are Iso/Joliet.

Nero and Joliet mode

Reply #8
Nero disc info says:
ISO 9660 / Joilet  (mode 1)


so I guess it's ok, right?

Nero and Joliet mode

Reply #9
Also, I believe that pure ISO only supports 8.3 filenames. If you have any filenames that show up on your CD with more than 8 letters, then you've got Joliet extensions.

Nero and Joliet mode

Reply #10
That's what I was about to say first, but with all those "allow more than 255 characters in the path"; "allow pathdepht of more than 8 directories", "level 2 max of 31 chars..." options in Nero, I was not sure.

Nero and Joliet mode

Reply #11
BTW, it's ok yes. But I didn't understand where was the problem :eyebrow:

Ah, yes, I see : When you go to Edit/properties/label, you can switch between two windows : ISO and Joliet (provided you astutely unckecked the dumb "also use ISO for Joliet").
Both Iso and Joliet titles must be written on the CD. Joliet will be read by Windows, and Iso by DOS/Windows3/other OS.
When you quit and go back, the displayed part is always ISO, but there is still the Joliet one behind. It's not erased.

Nero and Joliet mode

Reply #12
ahhh...
I think I understand the concept now.
Thanks.

 
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