Burning your own CDs is not a thing that
is particularly interesting, neither it is difficult. However, most CD
burning tools do not provide you with an easy way of creating and
managing disk images so that you could store an exact replica of a
compact disk, for example, a CD with backup files, and use it without
the need to make a new compilation each time.
an image file creating/editing/managing tool. It also lets you emulate a
virtual CD or directlyburn a CD image file - that is handy when you,
for example, need a CD in use when playing a game. Theprogram lets you
store disk information in ISO format. It allows you to recordinfo on
disk from local and network hard disk drives as well as removable media.
What's more important, once you have created an image file, you can
modify it in anyway you like.
UltraISO, Daemon Tools and Nero in one making it an all-in-one solution
for your CD/DVD images. It is capable of handling up to four virtual
CD-ROM drives and is able to simulate various protected game CDs. The
interface is nice, XP-ish and Explorer-like.
Uses SoftDisc, you may achieve:
1. Duplicate disc to ISO file from CD-ROM.
2. The compact disc image document resource management, may manage the ISO documents with tree manner
3. Integrates UltraISO/WinISO CD image creating/editing/converting tool, realization:
a) make ISO document from hard disk, compact disc, and network disk files.
b) extract document or folder from the ISO document.
c) edits lots of ISO image format (such as Nero Burning ROM, Easy CD
Creator, Clone CD created compact disc image document).
d) make bootable ISO document.
4. Integrates Daemon-Tools CD-ROM simulation tool, realization:
a) supports up to 4 CD/DVD virtual drives.
b) supports Safedisc, Securom, the Laserlok simulation, may play protected compact disc game.
c) has the simulation audio CD, Windows auto-mount and other cool characteristics.
5. Integrates Nero Burning-ROM recording software, burn CD/DVD image files directly.
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