Home > Search converters: gbp to iso

Conversion of gbp file format to iso file format beta

Search for gbp to iso converter or software able to handle these file types.

Find any file converter

from    to  

Converter utilities capable of gbp file to iso format conversion.

gBurner projects (.gbp) can be exported and saved in several disk image formats, including common ISO format, which is what gbp to iso conversion actually represents. As far as we know, this can be only done using gBurner and no third party app may be of help here. Used to produce disk image from burning compilation project.

Unfortunately, there is no detailed software record in the database for this conversion.


Additional links: Open gbp file, Open iso file


Files with gbp suffix can be most often found as backup indexes for backups made using Genie Backup Manager Pro.

Files with gbp extension can be also found as one of the gerber formats. These formats are used for design and manufacture printed circuit boards (PCB).

A gbp file extension is related to the gBurner optical media authoring tool. A gbp file stores project.

A gbp file extension is related to the Genesis Enterprise and used for its bitmap pattern files.


Files with iso extension are generally used for common CD/DVD disk image format. ISOs are used as a standard backup format of physical disks and are widely supported by burning or virtualization software.

Files with iso file extension may be also found as special game disk for ePSXe Sony Playstation emulator. Not standard ISO format.

An iso file extension is related to the Gens, an emulator of Sega video gaming consoles. An iso file contains game disk image.

An iso file extension is associated with the InstallShield program. An iso file stores uninstall data.

Files with iso file extension could also be some old CAD files Cimagraphi software. Probably no longer actively used.


Back to conversion search



Previous conversion
convert gbk to vcf

Next conversion entry
convert gbp to pcb


Enter any file extension without dot (e.g. pdf)
Search for file extension details and associated application(s)

RSS feed