By "mountable" I take that to mean something that can be played back.
No, I don't think ashampoo iso is mountable.
It will do bin and cue too.
It's more or less for creating an image to later burn back to disc. (as in making a dup. cd.)
At least from my knowledge.
I use imgburn for boot images.
I didn't catch the part he actually wanted to mount and play the image file.
ISO is an image file, at least to my understanding.
The mention of wav is that cds can be ripped to wav...even with WMP.
I do know the meanings of wav and iso....(they are in fact storage files)
Many times people do things the hard way and the way that costs them money.
There is little need these days to play iso's or other image files since we have media players that can deal with folders and such...but this is veering off...
If he wants to spend money on clonecd that is fine with me.
The point I was making was not image vs format...as in wav.
Wav is uncompressed...it doesn't get much better than that.
My posts were only referring to iso's as a storage medium, not for mounting or playback.
So main point...I do things with freeware whenever possible.
But yes, cholla, ashampoo will create (1) image file for an entire cd.
This can be burned back to a blank disc.
Imgburn can create the bin, cue...it was a long time back when I did that to a cd.
Stickler for detail, you are.