File Extension MDS
File Extension MDS are commonly used to hold information or image about a DVD. This is simply referred as the image of the disk to be burn. MDS is classified as Media Descriptor File and can be found with an ISO CD image file. This works similar to .cue extension for CD and DVD. Most support for software using this file extension is only capable of running under Windows operating systems.
Information stored on a file with this extension includes header information, track of the disk, copyright protection of a disk, and others. This is usually present when burning CD's and DVD's. In addition, MDS file extension is associated with the MDF file that contains the data of the disk.
Files available for download over the Internet may contain this extension. This file can be useless unless specified software able to read it is installed. Torrent files are most likely uploaded with a file using this extension.
Some files available for download contain MDS files which can easily be use any software such as Alcohol 120%. This can be used to duplicate a copyrighted disk posing some copyright issues.
Applications using this extension include CyberLink PowerDVD, DVD Shrink, Daemon Tools, EZB Systems UltraISO, and others.
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