Burning data to optical discs is a quite common activity, which many users have done at least a couple of times. Sometimes, though, when someone doesn't have the disc ready at hand or if they want to write the same set of files onto several CDs or DVDs, a method of getting everything ready in order to avoid going through the same procedure many times in a row is to create a so-called disc image.
Perhaps the most common format for these archives is ISO and for that reason there are numerous applications dedicated to generating them, with Create ISO Image From Files Software being one of them.
Once the program is installed onto your system, you can start it and begin creating the disc images you need in a couple of minutes. Thanks to its practical layout, the interface hosts in a single place all the commands necessary to manage the ISO creation process.
The sequence of actions seems to be determined by the way in which the functions are stacked in the main window of Create ISO Image From Files Software, so even less experienced users will have no problems in getting to terms with this utility.
Adding the target files to the processing list is a breeze and you can do this either by adding the files after an individual selection or by enqueuing the whole content of a folder. Unfortunately, there is an important drawback that must be noted, more precisely the fact that you won't be able to create folders on the ISO image.
There are two types of ISOs you can make, namely ISO9660 and Joliet, while insofar as the personalization of the disc image is concerned, this software enables you to specify the volume, system, application and publisher IDs.
All in all, this program is above all easy to use, but this is its only advantage because it lacks some features that would make Create ISO Image From Files Software a more complete disc image creation solution.