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What is the best converter used for converting iso format to rar file format.

There is several ways how you can convert ISO disk images to RAR archives, with the most obvious choice being just to pack it with WinRAR/WinZip.

But if you just want to he content from ISO and do not need the .iso file itself, you have to mount it (Windows 8 and later has this function), copy the content and pack this to RAR archive.

You can most likely find some iso to rar utilities on internet, but they typically achieve just what was mentioned before.

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


Additional links: Open iso file, Open rar file


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.


Files with rar extension are compressed archives using RAR or WinRAR compression utilities. Along with the ZIP format, the RAR format is one of the most common formats used and can be extracted by almost every archiving tool.

Files with rar file extension are also occasionally found as files in aa special Java JCA Resource Adapter module file format.


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