IsoBuster v1.1 released

Posted on Sunday, September 22 2002 @ 6:24 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

  • 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

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