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Image Master – User friendly program to read, write and convert disk images

Disk images (particularly ISO format) are very useful for distributing software over the Internet or networks because it can contain all data of a file including boot code, structures, and attributes.

Image Master is an open source user-friendly program that lets you read and write disc images and can convert BIN, CDI, IMG, MDF and NRG image formats to ISO image.

Following are some of the main features of Image Master:

- Read the contents of image files before burning them to disc.
- Extract the contents of iso files without burning them to disc.
- Burn an iso file to disc.
- Burn files and/or folders directly to disc.
- Convert Bin Image Files (.bin), Nero Image Files (.nrg), Alcohol Image Files (.mdf), CloneCd Image Files (.img), DiscJuggler Image Files (.cdi) to iso images.

The program is compatible with Windows XP and Vista, (both 32 and 64bits) and requires .NET Framework 2.0 and Image Mastering API v2.0 (to burn images to CD and DVD optical storage media). Download Image master.


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