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How To Import A .cif File Into Roxio 2011


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I have some .cif files that I created a number of years ago with previous versions of Roxio EZ CD Creator. How can I convert these to .iso files in Roxio 2011?

 

 

Can you remember what type of file they were?

 

Are they a image file?

 

Try a free download of ultra iso or magic iso.

 

.cif Extension - List of programs that can open .cif files

 

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Not sure I understand the question. These are mixed audio CDs I made using an earlier version of Roxio EZ CD Creator. Back then the image files were created as .cif extensions. How do I convert these to .iso files using Roxio 2011?

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Not sure I understand the question. These are mixed audio CDs I made using an earlier version of Roxio EZ CD Creator. Back then the image files were created as .cif extensions. How do I convert these to .iso files using Roxio 2011?

 

So it is a image file for a audio CD?

 

You don't convert .cif to iso.

 

You need a program that recognizes the .cif file extension and can do something with it!

 

Probably made with Easy CD Creator 5?

 

Try to mount the .cif files with the two programs I mentioned. Then see if you can copy or burn them to a CD disc.

 

For several years Roxio has used Global Image .gi file for a audio image..

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