Update on: 20 May 2020
Suitable for : All Windows Desktop and Microsoft Server operating systems
This small program converts BIN CD or DVD images to ISO images. Files over 2GB are also no problem and is works on all Windows and Server OS.
When it comes to a quick convert, is exactly the WinBin2Iso conversion tool that what you need.
On a clean and actual hard drive, over 1 gigabyte / minute. Incidentally, you save also up to 13% disk space, of which one never has enough.
Key Features in Bin To ISO Tool
◆ Convert BIN CD and DVD images to ISO images
◆ support BIN and ISO files over 2GB
◆ MDF to ISO conversion
◆ BIN to ISO conversion
◆ Low CPU and Resource usage
◆ Extreme small program
◆ Optional Portable
Use Bin to ISO Tool
Start the program. The first time that you use it the program it will present you with a license screen. The program is free and the license info is only displayed the first time (per PC). Select the Bin file Source path and ISO file destination Path and press the button "Convert".
Bin to ISO Tool installation
WinBin2Iso does not need to be installed, a comfortable start from the desktop is posible, to run the program without installation is a nice feature. The converter is immediately ready for use on all MS-Windows operating systems. Is also very suitable for portable (to go) use. Thus, you have to go BIN-To-ISO tool for other computers or laptops.
Converting bin file types to iso files can be used on almost any MS OS, such as: Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 7, Windows Server 2000, 2008, 2016, Windows XP, Ultimate, Pro, Enterprise, Home, Business, Edition, 64-bit & 32-bit edition
The inspiration was the following fact:
A standard 74-minute CD has 333,000 sectors.
In PC MODE1, each sector is 2352 bytes in size and contains 2048 bytes of data.
In PSX or VCD Mode2 it is 2336 bytes of data, or 2352 bytes of audio data.
The difference between sector, size and content is the header information and the error correction codes.
For large data, high precision is required for e.g. VCD a small and none at all for audio.
When extracting data in RAW format, there are always exactly 2352 bytes per sector.
It does not vary between 2048/2336/2352 bytes depending on the data type.
In essence, you always extract the entire sector.
Thus, a conversion from BIN to ISO is not a big art.
|# WinBin2Iso Versions History|
|New in version 3.66 // 20 May 2020 |
Bug-Fix Determine the correct Windows system language for the 24-language support
Small adjustments in WinBin2Iso for Windows OS.
Many thanks to the translators for the 24 languages
|New in version 3.55 // 2 April 2020 |
Small fixes and retests for Windows 10 Build 2004 / April 2020
Update of the WinBin2Iso language files
|New in version 3.51 // 7 February 2020 |
Improvements in Win-Bin-To-Iso
New languages in the WinBin2Iso: Slovenian
Many thanks to Jadran Rudec for the Slovenian language.
|New in version 3.44 // 4 December 2019 |
Important update of language files in Win-Bin-2-Iso.
Check the program and recompile WinBin2Iso
|New in version 3.41 // 27 October 2019 |
Improvements and optimization in WinBin2Iso
Testing and Verification for Windows 10 November 2019 Update Build 18362
... complete Versions History
|# WinBin2Iso is multilingual:|
Why convert other formats to ISO?
I think that users who have a lot of files are repeatedly confronted with which program for the corresponding image format, then the hard drive is flooded with dozens of image formats and there are hundreds of file formats. The BIN image format is often declared as IMG, MDF, ... because some manufacturers like to hide that it is a simple BIN image. Sometimes to prevent it from being converted. The BIN image requires more space on the hard disk than the ISO format and that with the same data content and this can lead to a decent amount of space on the hard disk if there are several BIN files!
* The best tool to converts BIN CD or DVD images to ISO images!
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