I have tried to create it by selecting Image Recorder as destination. When I start the burn, it opens a Save Dialog with types nero and iso as file format options.
So I selected iso and hoped it would save in this format. But it broke the file in 17GB parts. So this makes me think that even if it saved the file with the iso extension as I selected in the dialog, in reality it used the nero format. There's no option in the other dialogs to specify the format.
So I ask:
- Is this breaking of files normal?
- Can this be recognized by other programs like K3B?
- Is the saved format really ISO?
- How can I check?
- How can I make it create a one part ISO file?
K3b creates the same file in a normal one part ISO file. This is part of a series of tests I'm conducting on how to write DL blurays on Linux. Main question: Problems burning bluray disks