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  1. Hi, here a little tool to create ISO files from default ISO 9660 (2048 bytes/sector) CD or DVD format (no audio cd and BD support yet!) Source is too huge for code box -> Look here to have a look to the source code Additional credits to: Ward for MD5 checksum / MemoryDLL routines Harald Vistnes for cd2iso used in v1 and v2 Yashied for WinAPIEx.au3 wolf9228 to play wave from memory AutoItObject Team Download (purely written with AutoIt): ISO Creator v1.16 build 2015-07-13 beta.7z (1110 downloads previously) Thanks to smashly for pointi
  2. Over the last few years I have been doing a lot of Audio (CD & DVD) research, trying many open source and freeware programs. That includes WAV, AC3, DTS, FLAC, APE etc Stereo and Surround Sound files. It also includes video from JPG, BMP, PNG etc sources. I talk a little about LOSSY and LOSSLESS files in Post #3. Some of you may have read my posts (kind of blog) in Chat about my large project, Audio DVD Producer, and thus seen the many screenshots and know somewhat of my trials and tribulations. While doing testing of course, I tried a lot of programs, and some I even made tools of via my
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