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Short:        All to ISO disk image converter
Author:       Fredrik Wikstrom
Uploader:     Fredrik Wikstrom <fredrik a500 org>
Type:         util/conv
Version:      1.5
Replaces:     util/conv/iso-o-matic-os3.lha
Architecture: m68k-amigaos >= 3.5
Download:     other/iso-o-matic-os3.lha

This is an OS3.x port of ISO-o-Matic for OS4.

Large files (>=2GB) are supported if and only if the filesystem supports this
as well as the new 64-bit dospackets (like f.e. SFS2 filesystem).


Select disk image file and press "Go!". Generated ISO file files will be saved
in the same directory with file extension changed to ".iso".


 - 68020+ CPU
 - ReAction (OS3.5/3.9)
 - PNG datatype
 - expat.library (dmg support) -


The following input formats are supported:
 - b5i
 - bin
 - c2d
 - cdi
 - cso (Compressed ISO)
 - daa
 - dax
 - dmg
 - gi  (?)
 - img (CloneCD)
 - iso
 - mdf (Alcohol)
 - nrg (Nero)
 - pdi
 - raw
 - toast (same as iso)
 - uif

The following output formats are supported:
 - iso
 - cso (Compressed ISO)

When outputting as CSO only ISO files are converted immediately. All other
formats are converted to ISO first, then CSO.

Iso-o-omatic logo graphics and program idea by Spot/Up Rough.


1.5 (13-Mar-2008)
 - Updated italian catalog
 - Doesn't show "expat.library error" when expat runs out of memory
 - Changed the GUI code so it should work better on some systems
 - Fixed seek errors on some .dmg files

1.4 (12-Mar-2008)
 - Chooser gadgets should now also work on OS3.5

1.3 (10-Mar-2008)
 - Added german catalog
 - Updated italian catalog
 - Added requester for deleting of partial output files
 - Fixed crashing in .dmg code for some .dmg files
 - Compiled for 68020 CPU
 - Uses newer, statically linked zlib (z.library not required)

1.2 (26-Feb-2008)
 - Updated french catalog
 - Fixed a bug in the .dax support
 - Changed compression level strings (now localised)
 - Implemented large file support using Joerg's libdos64

1.1 (19-Feb-2008)
 - First released version
Copyright © 2024 Fredrik Wikström (fredrik at a500 dot org)