Active@ ISO File Manager is an easy-to use software to author, edit and burn CD/DVD-ROM ISO images compatible with the ISO 9660 / Joliet standards. You can create ISO images from either existing CD/DVD-ROMs or from a set of existing files and folders
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Description: Active@ ISO File Manager is an easy-to use software to author, edit and burn CD/DVD-ROM ISO images compatible with the ISO 9660 / Joliet standards. You can create ISO images from either existing CD/DVD-ROMs or from a set of existing files and folders.
Command line parameters are supported to automate the ISO authoring/burning process. In addition, it lets you to extract files from ISO images as well as edit ISO content and then re-assemble ISO images.
To simplify and automate the ISO image creation process - all parameters you entered are stored as user's settings. Next time you run the software - previous settings appear in the dialog.
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