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I need a program for windows that will read a cd and make an image file of it in CIF format.
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Look at http://www.arrakis-ttm.com/cdr/tomsoftware.html for Easy CD Creator Deluxe 3.0.

(But I think CIF is a video format ?)

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I have Easy CD Creator but it can only make an image file from cd layouts that you hav created I need something that will create an image from a pre written cd.
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Caltech Intermediate Form (CIF)?
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dtavassoli earned 200 total points
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Variuos programs that do that sort of thing are :

WinOnCD (www.cd-r.com/cdsoftware/winoncd.html)
CDRWin by GoldenHawk (demo at ftp.cdarchive.exe/pub/goldenhawk/download/cdr36a-e.exe)
Nero (www.ahead.com)


Most are W95 only.

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