Mountable iso

Hello,
I am new to all this. I am trying to create files that will play on my Dune HD media player and J River media players. I have iso files I have downloaded that play fine.
I want to create my own from existing flac, ape and wav files. I have ImageBurn but I can’t seem to achieve this.
Can some one HELP?

You’d need to find the format those players support (examine your working ISO files) and replicate the file system options within ImgBurn’s Build mode.

First follow LIGHTNING UK!'s advice.
You need to install Virtual CloneDrive & mount an .iso that works in one or both of your players.
If you already have a virtual drive you can probably use that.

Nero Info Tool can give some information about the .iso after you get it mounted.

The Dune HD media player is a hardware player so it may not play the same .iso file that the J River media player a software player does. I suspect the J River media player will play more of your .iso’s . It’s my understanding that at one time it came with virtual clonedrive & still may. I don’t have it so I don’t know. It automatically mounted the .iso in virtual clonedrive & played it from there.

I don’t know how to (examine my working ISO files) and replicate the file system options within ImgBurn’s Build mode.

To start with you need a virtual drive to mount the .iso .
I use Virtual CloneDrive its’ freeware from slysoft/Elby .
Download from here & install.
http://www.slysoft.com/en/download.html

Then mount the .iso in it & open it.
You should be able to see the folders & file types in the .iso file.

You may also need Nero Info Tool.
This will tell you if the .iso was written ISO9660 & UDF .
You will get this information from the virtual drive using the “Disc” tab in Nero Info Tool.
ftp://ftp6.nero.com/tools/InfoTool.zip
Unzip it & install.
After it installs .
Run it it will probably ask you about some of your drives. Choose “Skip Test”.
These should give you the information .
Then post the file types you find & the written method as above.

This is what I get with the Nero info tool
Under disc this is the only information shown

General
Type: DVD-ROM
Capacity: 1.69GB

Extended Information
Layers: 1
Version: 1
Track path: Single track
Disc size: 12 cm
Copy protection: n/a

Content
File system(s):
Title: n/a
Date: n/a
Publisher: n/a
Application: n/a

This is what I get on an .iso created from a DVD folder:
General
Type: DVD Video
Capacity: 4.36 GB
Extended information
Layers: 1
Version: 1
Track path: Single track
Disc size: 12 cm
Copy protection: n/a
Content
File system(s): ISO9660. UDF
Title: NIGHT_AT_THE_MUSEUM
Date: n/a
Publisher: n/a
Application: IMGBURN V2.5.8.0 - THE ULTIMATE IMAGE
Video format: NTSC 4:3 (Mpeg 2.720x480)
Region(s): All
Play Time: 97minutes (01:37:44)

Do you have the .iso mounted in Virtual CloneDrive ?
If you do what are the folders &/or files you have ?

Yes the iso is mounted in the Virtual CloneDrive.
The Nero info tool only shows the info I just posted.

What files are in Virtual CloneDrive when you open it ?
If the .iso was created from a DVD rip to DVD compliant folders it should look like this: (Except on this one I had also created a menu with TitleWriter).



[QUOTE=crockett645;2753576]Yes the iso is mounted in the Virtual CloneDrive.
The Nero info tool only shows the info I just posted.[/QUOTE]

Why can’t you post the ISO full name not just .iso no one can figure what it is?

Like night of museum.iso something like that?

[QUOTE=coolcolors;2753583]Why can’t you post the ISO full name not just .iso no one can figure what it is?
[/QUOTE]

I didn’t ask for the name on purpose.

crockett645 you are a new member & probably have read all the forum rules. My suspicion is the .iso’s you have are downloads .
If they are you probably don’t own them .
If you post that fact the forum rules no longer allow members to help you.
So don’t post that information.
I don’t need to know the name of the .iso only the type files inside.

The iso name is (The Original Soundtrack). By 10cc. The iso I have mounted was not made by me. It is one of the ones I have that plays in foobar and JRiver media players. When I want to play them all I do is doupbe click on the iso and it plays just like the CD. This is what I am trying to accomplish with my existing audio files, I would like to create the same type of iso. Using the ImgBurn.

These ones happen to be SACD but I have others that are flac and ape

The DVD-ROM is an audio file

I now understand that it is an audio DVD .
It doesn’t contain video .
I still need to know what files are inside when you open this .iso.
The audio files should be .wav . If the .iso was created from a Audio CD.
They my be pointer files. Which would have an extension such as .cda

when I open the iso in JRiver it says they are SACD files

I was able to rip my CDs before they got CD rot.and I saved most to wav some to flac and some to ape I was new back then and didn’t know that I could save them as image files. So I am trying to convert them noe to iso files.

SADC is a special format . I don’t know what software or hardware would be needed to recreate it.
You should be able to just right click on Virtual CloneDrive & select “Open”.
You should be able to see the files.
J.River shouldn’t be necessary for this.
If you can do that what are the files ?

It mounts in Virtual CloneDrive but woun’t open. I tried 2 others and the same thing. The iso’s i made with ImgBurn mount and open but when I try to open those in my JRiver They woun’t play or in my Dune HD either.

I will see if I can figure out something but without knowing the type files on the .iso it makes it difficult.

I don’t know anything about SADC files if that is what the .iso’s you have are .
What I read is it’s a discontinued format. I haven’t had time to read much on it .
It will be interesting to find out a bit more but it will take some time.