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Conversion of iso file format to tar file format beta

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Convert CD/DVD/HD DVD/Blu-ray disc ISO binary image to Unix standard Archive format, Tape Archive.

We have found one software suitable in our database for this conversion.

iso to tar conversion is used for the purpose of repacking archives between ISO and TAR formats, typically to move content to UNIX/Linux. But you can nowadays find plenty of tools for Linux that can handle ISO files directly, so there are not many reasons why to do this export. Of course, it is still possible to do this.

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A program for creating Mac OS X disk images

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The table with program actions contains information about what each program is capable of doing with their files. This may be a good pointer for further searches for certain file conversions and help you find the converter you are looking for if our search result is insufficient for you. However, it is far from perfect and may sometimes show results which are not really usable because of the nature of the software handles the files. So a conversion that appears as possible, just because of matched actions, may in fact not be possible.


Additional links: Open iso file, Open tar 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 tar extension may be most often found as compressed archives in Unix standard archive format.


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