It used to be that when you had a CD image stored, you had to burn it onto a CD to view its contents. CD Image allows you to explore all its content as if it were a separate device and even allows you to extract any file stored in the image.
Supports many image formats:<li>CDRWin/Fireburner: CUE, BIN, ISO <li>BINChunker: ISO, TAO, MM2, PCM <li>Nero Burning ROM: NRG (DAO as well as TAO) <li>CloneCD: CCD, IMG <li>VirtualCD: FCD (uncompressed containers only) <li>Farstone Virtual Drive: VCD (uncompressed containers only) <li>BlindRead/BlindWrite: BWT, BWI <li>DiscJuggler: CDI (version 2.x and 3.x) <li>Gear Pro: RDB, MD1, XA <li>NTI CD-Copy: CDP <li>NTI CD-Maker 2000: NCD <li>Prassi CD Rep Plus: GCD <li>Cequadrat Winoncd: C2D <li>Adaptec Easy CD Creator 4.x: CIF, ISO <li>Otros: WAV (only 44.1 kHz 16 bit stereo)
It supports multisession images, CD compatibility and extraction of boot record (El Torito), it can compare files with their originals, repair and reconstruct corrupted sectors, and play audio tracks without having to extract them. Ultimately, it does everything you need to manage an image as if it were a CD.