--- Comment #23 from Thomas Schmitt <> ---

there is still the riddle why ImgBurn on Wine produces mostly failing
results but sometimes succeeds.

An the first glimpse this does not look much like a filesystem format
problem but more likely it is a problem between burner and medium,
or between ImgBurn, Wine, and Linux if you burn directly from ImgBurn.

So independently of the endeavor to produce BD video UDF on Linux,
King_DuckZ should try to let ImgBurn write to a file image instead
of the burner directly (if that is what is done currently).
Then use Linux command line burn programs to burn the medium 

  growisofs -dvd-compat -Z /dev/sr0=image.udf
  cdrskin -v dev=/dev/sr0 fs=32m -eject image.udf

and use Linux command "mount" to check whether the video files are 
readable afterwards. E.g. copy them to hard disk and watch for error 

If there are problems at burn time or if there are problems to mount the
BD and read the file, then i will try to diagnose them.
Send mail to:
(growisofs is orphaned, cdrskin is made by me, as is xorriso.)

Please report any program messages of failed burn, failed "mount", or
failed read. With "mount" and "read", the output of command "dmesg"
will be of interest.
(Check for private info in there and remove it before posting publicly.)

Have a nice day :)


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