Writing CDs - ISO 9660 Format

The ISO 9660 Format

The ISO 9660 format supports cross-platform CD access, making it portable for both home and work. However, because this is a "lowest-common denominator" type of system, it forces you to use filenames with a maximum of 8 characters, followed by a three character extension. If your filenames do not conform to this standard, Adaptec Toast will attempt to rename your files (results may vary). As well, directory structures may not be more than 8 levels deep.

To burn a CD in ISO 9660 format:

This process is also nicely documented in pages 38-42 in the Adaptec manual.

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