Re: Brasero adding ;1 to all files ?
A semicolon and a number are a standard part of ISO-9660 filenames. Linux, like most OSes, hides those from view when a disc is mounted normally. You don't say how you were reading the image file you created, but it's possible that the method you used did not hide those filename features. I recommend you try this, from a Terminal window:
Change the filename as necessary. If the files you see in /mnt lack the semicolons and numbers, then the image is fine, and you just need another way to mount the disc, such as the mount command I just specified. You can do whatever you like with the mounted image file, and use "umount" to unmount it when you're done with it.
sudo mount -o loop brasero.iso /mnt
sudo umount /mnt
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