Alcohol brings a new meaning to the word multimedia! It is without a doubt a leader in its class, bringing the ability to emulate and record CDs and DVDs together into one amazingly easy to use software program. Using the latest technology the program is constantly being developed and improved to add new features, allowing it to maintain it's position as a leading software package.
Imagine being able to store your most used CDs as images on your computer and just call them up at the click of a button! And then run them at 200x the speed of some CD drives and without requiring the CD itself! How about being able to make a backup of that CD onto another CD either using the CD itself or just using the image you have created? This is what Alcohol allows you to do and much more.
Supported File Types:
- .mdf, Media Descriptor Image file, (default)
- .ccd, CloneCD image file
- .bin/.cue, CDRWin image file
- .iso, Standard ISO image file
Wait! It can bypass copy protection:
Alcohol 120% image recording feature is capable of bypassing certain copy prevention schemes, such as Safedisc and SecuROM. It can also create images from PlayStation and PlayStation 2 file systems. Certain copy protection schemes require burner hardware that is capable of passing along the copy protection. Some software manufacturers employ software blacklist methods to prevent Alcohol 120% from copying the software. There are third party tools available that attempt to counteract the blacklist methods, such as Anti-blaxx and CureRom.
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