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Audio CD -> ISO

Posted on 2006-06-19
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Hi I want to convert a full Audio CD to an ISO file (I need to backup a master). I need the codes, subcodes, and ISRC. I need the ISO to be identical to the origional. I tryed Nero, it cannot create ISO, (has its onwn standard), I tryed some diffrent programs, non of them Seem to work. I also like if I can check the ISRC codes with that program, to be sure that they are copied.
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You can use isobuster to extract the iso file from a CD. Although the default won't have an iso extension, you can just rename it to iso.

http://www.isobuster.com/

Isobuster is also very usefull to recover data from a corrupted CD.
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TRy poweriso

www.poweriso.com

Reps

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by:kiranghag
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nero! you seem to be running windows.
if you have any good Linux box around, you can just do this after popping the cd in its drive

dd if=/dev/cdrom of=cdimage.iso

thats it!
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by:fredshovel
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< (it cannot create ISO, has its onwn standard)>,

In Nero, if you don't want their file extension just choose "All Files" and name the file ISO. It's the same.
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