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Acetoneiso2 - A full feature rich Image/ISO tool for openSUSE

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AcetoneISO2, is a feature-rich and complete software application to manage CD/DVD images. Thanks to powerful open source tools such as fuseiso, AcetoneISO2 will let You mount typical proprietary images formats of the Windows world such as ISO BIN NRG MDF IMG and is more than a simple ISO mount software.

Features include:

Automatically mount ISO, MDF, NRG, BIN, NRG images
A nice display which shows current images mounted and possibility to click on it to quickly reopen mounted image
Convert all image types to ISO format. Anything from bin mdf nrg img daa dmg cdi b5i bwi pdi and more
Extract contents of any of the images to a folder:
Play a DVD Movie Image with Kaffeine / VLC / SMplayer with auto-cover download from Amazon
Generate an ISO from a Folder or CD/DVD
Check MD5 file of an image and/or generate it to a text file
Encrypt / Decrypt an image
Split / Merge image in X megabyte
Compress with High Ratio an image in 7z format
Rip a PSX cd to *.bin to make it work with epsxe/psx emulators
Restore a lost CUE file of *.bin *.img
Convert Mac OS *.dmg to a mountable image
El-Torito support to create ISO bootable Cd
Mount an image in a specified folder from the user
Supports UDF ISO filesystem images
Create a database of images to manage big collections
Extract the Boot Image file of a CD/DVD or ISO
Backup a CD-Audio to a *.bin image
Service Menu for Konqueror and D3lphin
Rip a DVD and/or convert videos (avi, mpeg, mov, wmv, asf) to Xvid AVI
Convert a FLV video to AVI
Download videos from Youtube!

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