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    .img, .cue, .sub and .cdd to .iso or some other readable format

    I have files with extensions .img, .cue, .sub and .cdd. I presume the can all be combined somehow into one cohesive CD/DVD image, like a .iso or something.

    I've looked at a number of posts and websites, but all I found were conversion methods for .bin + .cue -> .iso and .img -> .iso

    I converted .img -> .iso using cdd2iso and then burned it using k3b. What came out was clearly a piece of software, but not the whole thing - snippets of images and videos, really not usable.

    I tried to use k3b directly in the folder and although it recognizes .cue and .img, it doesn't want to burn it on a CD/DVD.

    I'm a total beginner, so if you could provide some step-by-step help, it would be greatly appreciated.

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    Re: .img, .cue, .sub and .cdd to .iso or some other readable format

    Ok, I found a temporary fix - there is a CloneCD program available for a free 21 day trial. I couldn't make it run on Wine so I had to resort to Windows.

    I'd still be interested if there existed something analogous on Ubuntu besides ccd2iso, which converts only .img files.

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    Re: .img, .cue, .sub and .cdd to .iso or some other readable format

    Check out AcetoneISO, its somewhat similar to Alcohol120% (in functionality)
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    Re: .img, .cue, .sub and .cdd to .iso or some other readable format

    Thanks, great program. Looks like the files themselves are corrupted - I tried CloneCD, Daemon Pro and AcetoneISO. Everything fails...

    Thanks again.

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