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What is Packet Writing?
Published  07/2/2011 | Computer Encyclopedia Page 2 | Unrated
What is Packet Writing?
This is a specialised way of writing onto optical media that allows data to be erased and written to without the limitations imposed by normal optical media writing. Unlike normal writing, where writing can be performed only in sessions and deleting a session does not free space unless the drive is erased, packet writing allows data to be written and erased from optical media just as in the case of floppy disks. To be able to use packet writing, the drive should be compatible with the Mount Rainier specifications of the UDF file format, and the media needs to be specially formatted under the Mount Rainier format.
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