What Is an MDS File?

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An Mds file, also known as a media descriptor file, is a binary file which is used in converting of images from CD to DVD. This file is used to store metadata from a CD image so that it can be accessed by a decrypter application and then transferred to a DVD. Mds files are mostly used in commercial businesses which convert video CD's to DVD files for sale.
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An MDF file refers to a disc image file that can hold the contents of an optical disc, for example a CD or a DVD. It accompanies every MDF file and it is an optional media descriptor file that has metadata about the original media.
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