OS X and ISO work...

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OS X and ISO work...

I need to make an image of a cd that can be re-burnt. I know there's ISO-MP3, ISO-wave, Bin-CUE, etc etc... I would prefer ISO-Wave or Bin-Cue capability... but I don't know what's out there for OS X, nor would I know where to start looking.

I can do it fine on my gf's windows machine...but I don't have access to that right now, plus it would be good to know how to do it on my Mac whenever I need to anyway...

If anyone knows of a program they can point me to, it would be greatly appreciated Smile

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The easiest way would be to s

The easiest way would be to simply make an image of the disc with Disk Copy (Jaguar) or Disk Utility (Panther). It'll save the image as a .dmg file, which you can then burn back to disc. There's no easy way to make an image file that's compatible with both Mac and PC burning programs.

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ouch, well that's the problem

ouch, well that's the problem, I need something that will work on a pc... I knew I could use disc copy, but the thing I'm archiving is for development work in an online research community

its not pressing right now I guess, I was just curious... (and i've sorta come to the conclusion that OS X isn't good for anything more than internet...at least for me anyway)

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CLI

You could always use the command line tools to do it, such as 'mkisofs' etc. It's included in the cdrtools, which are available here:

http://homepage.mac.com/machiavel/Executables/cdrtools-OSXbin.tgz

There is also a program called Firestarter which is donationware. It will create CUE/BIN and ISO files AFAICT, but I haven't tried it myself:

http://www.projectomega.org/subcat.php?lg=en&php=products_firestarter

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You can use dd to make a imag

You can use dd to make a image of a CD that can be burned from just about anything. Just open a terminal and unmount the CD they are usually mounted under /Volumes. Then dd if=/dev/cdrom of=cd.iso. You may need to tweak the device names it has been awhile since I have done it under OS X.

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