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Is It Possible To Convert A .gi File To An .iso File?


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Not with Creator 2009, and not with anything at all if it is a .GI of an audio disc.

 

Magic Iso, Power Iso, and Win Iso will each load a data .GI and save it as an .ISO.

IsoBuster will load the data .GI and extract the files, but won't save an .ISO.

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Is it possible to convert a .gi file to a .iso file?

 

This is an old post, but in case anyone else finds it when searching for the answer, like I did, here is a very easy solution: From Roxio 2009 or 2010 load the GI image into a Roxio virtual drive. You can do this by right clicking on the GI file and select Load Image (if you have not created the Roxio virtual than it may say something like 'Create New Virtual Drive'. Or you can 'Load Disc Image' from the Tools menu inside Roxio. Then simply use Roxio Disc Copy to copy that drive to an ISO image.

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On 7/26/2010 at 7:46 PM, VanAwful said:

 

This is an old post, but in case anyone else finds it when searching for the answer, like I did, here is a very easy solution: From Roxio 2009 or 2010 load the GI image into a Roxio virtual drive. You can do this by right clicking on the GI file and select Load Image (if you have not created the Roxio virtual than it may say something like 'Create New Virtual Drive'. Or you can 'Load Disc Image' from the Tools menu inside Roxio. Then simply use Roxio Disc Copy to copy that drive to an ISO image.

It's a VERY long shot, but is there any means of automating this mount-copy job for an entire directory? I've got hundreds of these to work.

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