IsoBuster v1.1 released

Posted on Sunday, Sep 22 2002 @ 06:24 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Freeware IsoBuster lets you explore a CD's File System while by-passing Windows This way you get better Error handling and several retry-mechanisms to aid you in getting the data anyway (or at least partially), more CDs stay 'readable' after problems (such as Buffer Underrun), read and extraction from CD-i, VCD, SVCD, CD-ROM, CD-ROM XA, DVD, DVCD, mpg (*.dat) Extraction and dat2mpg 'in one', Short File-names <-> Long File-names, recursive directory extracting, and more!
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What's New :
  • Improvement for DVD+R open session (length detection)
  • Improvement for CDRW formatted track (length detection)
  • Improvement for reserved tracks (No File System scanning)
  • UDF (By Direct CD) is now also found in open DVD+R, DVD-R sessions
  • Compensation for UDF conflict against the specifications (Bug by InCD)
  • Compensation for UDF conflict against the specifications (Bug by Padus, files > 1 GB)
  • Registration dialog accepts slightly wrong IDs and Serials to make it easier.
  • Added raw data extraction from image files that contain less data (IsoBuster adds EDC/ECC)
  • Improvement for extraction of M2F2 mpg video from none raw image files.
  • Small changes in the UDF engine, getting ready to implement some cool scanning routines


    Bugfixes
  • Some complex UDF layouts were not always displayed in the right pane (TreeView object).
  • Rock Ridge file names were sometimes ISO9660 File names (so, no long file names).
  • CD-i directories not always detected as directories but seen as files.
  • Rare crash during mounting UDF file-system.


    Download : ISO Burster 1.1 (1.29MB)

    Source : Warp2Search


  • About the Author

    Thomas De Maesschalck

    Thomas has been messing with computer since early childhood and firmly believes the Internet is the best thing since sliced bread. Enjoys playing with new tech, is fascinated by science, and passionate about financial markets. When not behind a computer, he can be found with running shoes on or lifting heavy weights in the weight room.



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