ISO (ISO image) is a file that stores an image or exact copy of a file system, ISO image files are created from a CD or DVD to be copied and then open or mounted on another computer. There are several programs that let you create this image format so simple and in some cases free.
Lightweight and free program for Windows, it is one of the easiest tool to use since it requires only 3 steps to create our ISO:
find files and folders you want to add, choose where you want to save the image and begin to convert. Supports created boot image, CD, DVD-5 and DVD-9. You can also specify the iso as ISO 9660 or UDF.
It is not a freeware,we have to pay 29.95$(1504 Rs) to convert or create and record ISO images ,but we can download a free version, though limited . It has an intuitive interface and is available in several languages, it can convert BIN to ISO images, edit images with formats: BIN, NRG, BWI, IMG, MDF, IMG … burn the ISO image to CD or DVD and watch and run applications contained within the picture.
It is the easiest tool to use, it is perhaps one of those programs that we must always bear in our system because it deals only 1MB and does not require any installation. You just have to choose the folder you want to convert to ISO, to choose the place of destination and the name you want to put an ISO file
It is he most functional of all, brings a number of options to create, convert, edit and display the vast majority of existing image formats. It is a paid application, but there is a limited version to test iso images to a maximum of 300MB. It is one of the most complete and those which offer greater support formats: creating images in ISO, BIN and the DDA and displays: NRG, IMG, MDF, BWI, B5I, GI, PDI, P91, PXI, NCD, C2D , CIF, LCD, FCD, VCD. In addition to above it also allows to write the images to a removable disk and also gives the possibility to mount.