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mdf2iso

mdf2iso is a very simple utility to convert an Alcohol 120% bin image to the standard ISO-9660 format, cue sheets, or TOC file.

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  •  23 May 2005 03:01

    Release Notes: The makefile now is generated with (automake/autconf). A function for creating TOC (cdrdao) for data CDs was included. Support for the errno system call was added.

    •  29 Mar 2005 18:09

      Release Notes: This release adds support for LFS (Large File Support).

      •  10 Dec 2004 10:21

        Release Notes: The MDF audio conversion and a segmentation fault were fixed. This release includes a progress bar and verbose mode.

        •  06 Dec 2004 11:08

          Release Notes: The makefile and a segmentation fault were fixed. A function for creating cue sheets for data CDs was included along with a method for detecting ISO-9660 images and the ability to convert mdf CD-DA images in CD-DA for testing.

          •  08 Nov 2004 05:31

            No changes have been submitted for this release.

            Recent comments

            15 Nov 2005 10:36 salsan

            Re: mdf2iso[ERRATA CORRIGE]
            % mds is a PROPRIETARY FORMAT , but don't
            > use this for conversion file, if you
            > have CD-GAME you council use this option
            > for convert in binary image
            > "mdf2iso --toc YOURIMAGEGAME.mdf"

            30 Oct 2005 23:22 salsan

            Re: mdf2iso


            >

            > % Hi,

            > % i try to convert a dvd-image, its

            > about

            > % 2,4G. mdf2iso tells "File too

            > % large" and kicks out.

            > % Does anyone have a solution for me?

            > %

            > % ty in advance

            > % stahlsau

            >

            >

            > I'm having this exact same problem...

            > why did no one on the thread answer the

            > actual question? :(

            I released in 2005-Oct-21 one patch created by Yuri van Oers this is url

            http://developer.berlios.de/patch/index.php?func=detailpatch&patch_id=665&group_id=2545

            very important for every user, mdf IS NOT PROPRIETARY FORMAT.

            mdf is : ISO9660, BIN(2352 or 2448),CDDA and other

            mdf is a PROPRIETARY FORMAT , but don't use this for conversion file, if you have CD-GAME you council use this option for convert in binary image

            "mdf2iso --toc YOURIMAGEGAME.mdf"

            for many DVD-IMAGE mdf is a simple file ISO9660, you try this "isoinfo -i YOURIMAGE.MDF"

            if you have another problem writing message in official forum

            http://developer.berlios.de/forum/forum.php?forum_id=7817

            Best Regards

            Salvatore Santagati

            30 Oct 2005 10:40 amoralaroma

            Re: mdf2iso


            > Hi,

            > i try to convert a dvd-image, its about

            > 2,4G. mdf2iso tells "File too

            > large" and kicks out.

            > Does anyone have a solution for me?

            >

            > ty in advance

            > stahlsau

            I'm having this exact same problem... why did no one on the thread answer the actual question? :(

            26 Oct 2005 01:23 stahlsau

            mdf2iso
            Hi,

            i try to convert a dvd-image, its about 2,4G. mdf2iso tells "File too large" and kicks out.

            Does anyone have a solution for me?

            ty in advance

            stahlsau

            02 Sep 2005 12:14 salsan

            Re: mdf2iso works great.. but...


            > what's the mds file for then?

            Hi yanger,

            I don't know your knowledge with bin/cue/toc file.

            mds is media file descriptor contain info of file bin is similar file toc (used in cdrdao) but respet toc contain info for "emulate" cd protect.

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