I do have a question, and that’s the reason I came back to the forum, hoping this time to stay and be more active.
Situation: I have a lot of ISO files that contain, in the majority, the same files. For easier understanding, imagine a Microsoft Technet/MSDN subscription, where you get most of Microsoft software in ISO format.
As you may know, most of the ISOs for a particular Microsoft software (i.e. Windows 7, Office 2007, etc) contain the same files, but differ only in a couple of configuration files, specific for each edition of that particular version.
I was able to find a way (probably known to most people in the forum) to create a single disc that will contain many editions (the known All-in-one).
If we take into consideration all the file redundancy, all original ISO files take too much space in my HDD. I am planning to delete these once I finish creating and testing the All-in-one compilations I’m making; however…
In case I want to get the original ISO files again in the future, I don’t want to go through the hassle of downloading every single one of them (especially since I’m limited to 1 transfer at a time). I’d like to be able to recreate these from the All-in-one discs I’m making, BUT… as equal to the original ISO as possible (keeping all files in the exact order, LBA, etc.).
Finally, here’s my question:
Is there a software that will allow me to “extract” the files index, including TOC, LBA, etc from each ISO file, save it, then use it later to create the original ISO file (as long as I have the said files from the original ISO)?
Sorry for the long explanation, I thought it easier to understand if I explained the situation.
Thanks in advance.