MagicISO Maker v5.5 Build 265

Posted by TEAM FILEnetworks | 7/26/2008 | | 1 Comments »

MagicISO (also referred to as MagicISO Maker) is a CD/DVD image utility that can extract, edit, create, and burn disc image files. It is well known for its support and ability to convert between ISO and CUE/BIN but also support many other formats. Until recently, it was the only software to support their proprietary UIF disc image format.

In addition to being able to edit the contents of the disc images without decompressing, it can make a disc image from an existing CD/DVD-ROM. Also, it can make bootable image files (file extension .bif). MagicISO can also mount disc images with the addition of MagicISO Virtual CD/DVD-ROM.



  • Simple and Intelligent - MagicISO is a powerful CD/DVD image file creating/editing/extracting tool. It can open / create / edit /extract CD/DVD image files, and it can convert bin to iso and back.  as well as make ISO file from DVD/CD-ROM or hard disk, and handle bootable information at meanwhile.
  • Support all known CD image type - It can also convert BIN or any other format file created by CD burning software (Such as Nero-Burning ROM, Easy CD Create) or virtual DVD/CD-ROM driver software (such as Daemon-tools) to standard ISO format.
  • Directly edit CD/DVD image file(s) - MagicISO has ability to create ISO image file. You can directly add/delete/rename files or folder in CD image file(s) with MagicISO. MagicISO can handle up to 10G large sizes so that user can extract / edit / open DVD image files in ease.
  • Backup CD/DVD to your hard disk. - You can use MagicISO to make CD/DVD image from DVD/CD-ROM to hard disk in order to backup CD/DVD or use it with virtual CD or Virtual machine.
  • Make Bootable CD/DVD - MagicISO has ability to make  bootable CD/DVD image file.  With MagicISO, you can process the boot information for CD/DVD image file, as well as  directly add/remove/extract boot image for the CD/DVD image file.

Supported file formats

  • CSO (.cso)
  • DAA (.daa)
  • MDF/MDS (.mdf)
  • NRG (.nrg)
  • DMG (Apple disk image) (.dmg)
  • UIF (Universal Image Format) (.uif)
  • IMA (.ima)
  • IMG (.img)
  • DK (.dk)
  • WIM (.wim)

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  1. Lightning_Struck_Tower // 7/26/2008 01:43:00 AM  
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