[hfs-user] HYBRID CD -Information please
Wed, 9 Jan 2002 20:51:57 +0530
I am writing a part of a Development Priject regarding a
Cd/DVD writer software. I am
in the HFS and Hybrid part of it.
My goal is to take the files
selected by the end user and
put them into a CD/DVD in Hybrid
format or in true HFS format.
Can you please tell me anything
related to that. It will be very
Waiting for your reply.
Thanks and Regards
----- Original Message -----
From: "James Pearson" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Biswaroop Banerjee" <email@example.com>
Cc: "hfs-user" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, January 09, 2002 7:09 PM
Subject: Re: [hfs-user] HYBRID CD -Information please
> > This is my first interaction with u all.
> > I am need of a litlle guidance. I have been assigned
> > to work for a Hybrid CD.
> > It should work on Windows.
> > I have seen Ahead Nero software( a cd writer software).
> > It has an option for HYBRID CD. But on selecting that
> > option , the user has to select a MAC partition first.
> > This partition is burned on to the CD as it is.
> > But I will have to write the software taking files from
> > Windows partitions only and write them to the CD
> > in the AppleHFS format .
> > Can anybody of you please help me by giving an insight
> > to how to start about it???
> > Thanking you all, and waitng for a helping mail.
> Not sure why you should want to write your own CD mastering application -
> there are a small number of packages available that can already do this:
> MacImage (http://www.macdisk.com)
> CDEveryWhere (http://www.cdeverywhere.com/)
> mkisofs - part of the cdrtools package
> I know very little about MacImage and CDEveryWhere
> mkisofs is a Unix command line application - that can be compiled on
> Windows - as it's a GPL'ed application, you get the source code - which
> may help you.
> James Pearson