|Active@ ISO Manager|
|Edit and burn CD/DVD-RO ISO images compatible with the ISO 9660 / Joliet standards|
|Active@ ISO Burner|
|Burn CD/DVD/Blu-ray ISO images compatible with the ISO 9660 standard, automated burning|
|Active@ Data Burner|
|Burn files and folders on to CD-R, DVD-R, DVD+R, CD-RW, DVD-RW, DVD+RW, HD DVD and Blu-ray discs|
|Active@ DVD Eraser|
|Ultimate Data Destruction Tool.|
ISO 9660, also referred to as CDFS (Compact Disc File System) by some hardware and software providers, is a file system standard published by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) for optical disc media.
It supports different computer operating systems: Windows, classic Mac OS, and Unix-like systems, so that data may be exchanged.
Sony will release its Blu-ray 3D update to the Playstation 3 this September. This will allow you to play 3D Blu-ray releases if you have a compatible TV. Coming update 3.50, the long-awaited update that adds 3D Blu-ray movie support to the console. (The PS3 is already compatible with 3D games.)
The September 21 PS3 3D update will be released first in Japan, then worldwide shortly thereafter.
All program's packages for recording CD there is a utility for simple copying disks.
Important to remember that the file system for CD (ISO-9660 Level 1) supports a file's name is eight simbols long and three symbols resolution. A files with more long name may be use in another standarts or in another file's systems (UDF, HFS).
CD hasn't rounded tracks. There are tracks along spiral and many session consist of many tracks, which consist of many sectors. A sector's data are alternate and distribute to large area.