Uncomplicated macOS application that enables you to quickly extract the content of various types of archives, or to convert them to ISO images
ISO images are able to archive the content of a disk image and offer you the possibility to backup the data in a file format that is compatible with both Mac and Windows operating systems. AnyToISO is a minimalist macOS app that enables you to convert any archive to an ISO image, and much more.
Powerful conversion utility featuring a streamlined workflow
The AnyToISO capabilities are focused around 3 tasks: converting archives to ISO images or extracting the content to a folder, generating ISO images from CD or DVD disks, for creating an ISO image from a folder.
The app provides a separate tab for each type of action, so finding your way around is quite intuitive. For your convenience, AnyToISO also enables you to change the interface language within the Preferences window.
Seamlessly extract the content of most archives, or convert them to ISO images
AnyToISO is able to work with a large number of popular archive formats, such as DMG, RAR, RAR, IMG, CDI, 7Z, and so on. The utility allows you to extract their content to a folder, but also gives you the possibility to quickly convert them to ISO images.
In addition, AnyToISO offers you the possibility to backup both CD and DVD disks by using them as sources for newly generated ISO images. Last but not least, AnyToISO is able to make an ISO archive for any folder stored on your Mac.
User friendly software solution for extracting archives, or creating ISO images in no time
Customization options include the possibility to specify the file system you want to use for the ISO image (ISO 9660, UDF, and Joliet), and to choose the type of file names for the ISO 9660 and Joliet file systems.
AnyToISO is a great tool to have around if you need to extract the content of various types of archives to your Mac. However, the utility is also extremely useful if you need to create an archive that is compatible with both Windows and Mac operating systems.
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OS X 10.7 or later, 64-bit processor