An ISO image (or .ISO file) is a computer file that is an exact copy of an existing file system. The ISO Image file contains all of the folder and/or file structure for the CD Disk in a compressed form. ISO files are typically created through a software application that will open, create, edit, and extract CD or DVD image files, then convert the extracted image to an ISO file, easily allowing users to burn an exact copy of the original onto CD or DVD. Your CD / DVD creation software must support the .iso file type in order to create the CD / DVD. In essence, your burning program will “unzip” the ISO file and then burn it to the disk. Just copying the ISO file to a CD / DVD doesn’t make the files useful.
To Create the CD-Rom
Although Prodata does not endorse any third-party CD-Writer software, some popular software packages include the following:
The ISO image link will be updated with the latest release of our software and could facilitate your ability to have the latest software on CD available for your customers.