PowerISO

PowerISO 4.7

PowerISO is capable of editing, compressing, encoding, creating image files
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If you usually work with ISO images, this is your lucky day, because now there is a new utility for you: PowerISO.
PowerISO is capable of editing images (it supports almost 20 file formats), compressing, encrypting, and, of course, creating an image file.
In terms of creation, PowerISO creates image files in the common ISO and BIN file formats, but it is also one of the few programs capable of creating them in DDA format. This format counts with advanced functions like compression, password protection and file splitting.

Besides, to complete the functionality offer, PowerISO obtains several very useful and important features allowing it to burn image files on a CD or DVD, as well as to convert image files from one format to another, and, finally, to mount the created image files in a virtual drive, as if it were a recorded CD or DVD.

PowerISO supports the following file formats:
Create Image Files: ISO, BIN and DDA
Open: ISO, BIN, DDA, NRG, IMG, MDF, BWI, B5I, GI, PDI, P91, PXI, NCD, C2D, CIF, LCD, FCD, VCD
It is supported by x86 and x64 Windows systems.

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Review summary

Pros

  • Supports a lot of file formats
  • In-app CD/DVD burning

Cons

  • Windows only
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