SoftDisc is a good solution for efficiently organizing and managing large amount of CD/DVD images in different drives and folders.
SoftDisc is a good solution for efficiently organizing and managing large amount of CD/DVD images in different drives and folders. The program can install software or play games without physical DVD/CD-ROM drive with the help of an integrated CD/DVD emulating core, not requiring the original compact discs for operation. With the help of the built-in CD/DVD backup function, users can make ISO images from CD/DVD discs and even create, edit, as well as convert CD/DVD images. It supports drag and drop operation making its handling easier, and has many other useful functions such as capability to mount, unmount, eject, load, and browse virtual CD Drive image pretty easily. It also provides the creation of catalogs for storing various types of software and games, and Add, Move, Delete or Rename image files. The user can also predefine emulation mode and destination virtual drive number of an image, and burn the CD/DVD image files on Nero Burning ROM directly. It supports system tray icon, and integrates Daemon Tools, UltraISO, and Nero, making itself a unique solution for all CD/DVD image creation and mounting needs, and it has the amazing capability of handling up to four virtual CD-ROM drives and simulating many protected game CDs and DVDs.
UltraISO is a powerful and easy-to-use utility that can extract, create, edit, convert, and burn CD/DVD image files. It can directly edit ISO files, make images from CD/DVD-ROMs, or build new one from files and folders on your computer.
Extract, edit, create and burn ISO/BIN files directly, make bootable CDs, and convert more than 27 CD/DVD image formats to ISO, BIN/CUE, Nero (.NRG) or CloneCD (.CCD/.IMG/.SUB) format. It can make image from CD/DVD-ROM, and handle disk image as well.
Along with large capacity hard disk popularity, people were already used to coping compact discs to CD/DVD image files (also called compact disc image document) , generally used is the famous ISO 9660 international standards format, therefore CD/DVD