I ran into the same problem! There seems to be no way of just creating a single file like .ISO that can be mounted and played as if it were a normal CD. I’ve installed numerous programs like MagicISO, WinISO, Imageburn, and Nero, but non of them will let you create an image that’s just a single file!!! You can create .bin/ .cue files which works exactly the same, except for the fact that you have 2 files and one doesn’t work w/o the other. I have found a solution, which is a little time consuming, but worth it. First, you must rip the audio files onto your hard drive to whatever format you would like. I prefer FLAC and use Winamp Pro to rip. Works Great! Once you’ve ripped the audio, then you can create a .ISO image. The best program I’ve found for that is ImageBurn, which pretty much the exact same thing as DVDDecrypter. Once you have ImgBurn open, select “Create image file from files/folders” then the rest is self explanatory. It will create a .MDS file along with the .ISO, but it is not necessary. I have deleted this file and mounted the .ISO, played the audio from the .ISO and even burned the .ISO to CD and all work perfectly. Hope this helps some people out. If anyone finds a program that will allow you to do this w/o the ripping process, please let me know! Keep in mind, if you use .FLAC when ripping, that you can only play it on devices that have the .FLAC codec.