We burn DVDs so they will play in all DVD players
When you give us files to burn to DVD, we don't simply "copy" the files to the DVD using the standard windows copy process. Video DVDs
are in a special format. The old DVD players expect the UDF 1.02 format. We burn your video DVD so the UDF file system is in place. This
means your DVD will be compatible in the most possible players. This includes the old DVD players, or newer DVD players, computers, and other
devices that can read more modern versions of the UDF file format.
We recommend you create a .iso image file from your mastered DVD files. This way you know for sure we copy your files exactly using all the file
system formats you may have embedded in your mastering process. If you do give us a zip file containing your DVD files, we WILL burn them in
the most compatible way. This means your DVD will have the UDF 1.02 file system format as well as the ISO 9660, JOLIET, IFO (DVD-video) format.