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Simple optical media image file converter using libmirage
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* mirage2iso 0.3 * == DESCRIPTION == mirage2iso is a simple tool to convert various CD/DVD image formats into .iso images through use of libmirage (same one as used by cdemu). == SOURCE FILE REMOVAL/REPLACEMENT == Note that mirage2iso doesn't support 'non-keep' mode, i.e. is always meant to create output file without touching input one. Please note that it doesn't check whether user hasn't specified same file for both input and output nor that output matches one of input file (in case of multi-file images), thus if you call it like that it may destroy your precious data. I don't plan introducing 'non-keep' mode in the near future. There are few reasons for that: 1) I can't guarantee that mirage2iso will create the correct output image and even if it will, it does convert single track of single session only; 2) I think most of users will use mirage2iso to convert images downloaded through P2P, and there removing original file would break the basic assumptions of P2P; 3) mirage2iso doesn't operate on input file(s) itself, libmirage does it instead. Thus, m2i knows as much as user provides it and in most cases that's not enough to remove whole source distribution. And what's sense of removing .cue file and leaving .bin file untouched? == LIMITATIONS == Current version of mirage2iso doesn't support multi-track images. If such image is converted with it, it tries to find first Mode1 track and convert it. It doesn't support tracks other than Mode1 either, i.e. it is able to convert only standard data tracks. It won't work with your PSX games and other stuff relying on Mode2. Note also that it hasn't been widely tested and sometimes it may just don't work like it is supposed to. * (c) 2009/10 Michał Górny * Released under the terms of the 3-clause BSD license.