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Is there a UDF filesystem driver for DOS? (Users)

posted by Zyzzle(R), 19.05.2013, 07:24

We have ExFAT, FAT32, and even NTFS support in DOS, but I can't find a driver which allows the UDF filesystem to be read. Is there one released, buried somewhere in obscurity? Or a UDF bootloader?

I'm wondering if this will allow us to bypass the 4 GiB filelimit, specifically in accessing h.264 media files / .m2ts files.

I think FAT32 can support up to 16 TB, provided the drive is formatted with 4096-byte sectors. Does any version of DOS natively support > 512 byte sector size? I can't seem to locate any version which does.


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