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- The Dominatrix Recoded
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I was ecstatic to discover a new version of this, since I had to abandon their old v1.2 cos of a bug building DVD-sized ISOs (which is what I primarily need this utility for) and that is fixed now in this latest release YAYYYYY. I've tested onna 4.2GB DVD of audio files with long names and 5-level deep sub-directories and t'was purrrrrrrfect ISO output (and quite speedy too considering my slow drive speed).
OK, I know it's not as sexy looking as UltraISO, but for those of us who are seeking a truly free ISO solution to our regular home computing needs then this one just might potentially fill the gap in combo with ImgBurn
SIZE: 1.05 MB
Description: Create an ISO file from any kind of folder
Op System: Windows 2000, XP & 2003 (x86 only)
Installs to: "%programfiles%\CD-DVD\Fold2Iso"
Uninstaller: Removes program files, shortcuts reg entries and settings
Folder2Iso just creates an iso from any kind of folder (with the subfolders). Its a GUI of mkisofs - no need of installation, really small exe.
Some of you can say: "What is the point of this tool? Seems useless." Well dvddecrypter/imgburn can burn CD/DVD for free so if you make an ISO easily you can burn your movies on CDs/DVDs for free. It is also useful for the dvd2avi guide...
So, DvdDecrypter/ImgBurn + Folder2Iso combine a totally freeware burning kit for all kinds of AVI/OGM/MKV!
Enjoy (or not)
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Thanks Mrs Peel
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I've already got your ImageBurn addon and this is about to join it - thanks.
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Thanks Mrs Peel
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Looks like a very useful add-on.
Also, I included your FileCase, QuikVew, and NetMeeter add-ons in my last integration when trying out the new RyanVM 1.5 beta 23 - all worked just fine.
Keep up the good work.