DoISO is a utility for creating ISO's and for burning CD's/DVD's. Refreshingly,
it does not limit the size of the ISO like most other free ISO utilities.
The actual ISO creating engine is 'mkisofs', a powerful command-line utility;
the burning is performed by the Windows 2003 Resource Kit Tools - DoISO is a GUI to these
This software is my own creation born out of frustration in my attempts to create a simple DVD-sized ISO of some folders on
my PC for sharing among workmates. The only software I found capable of doing it were time-limited commercial demos. There may
be other options out there, but for ease of use I doubt I'd be convinced to use any other software.
DVD-Video is another feature of DoISO - basically you can get a non-copyrighted DVD and create a perfect ISO image of it in the correct
DVD-Video format. You can also select your own ISO level, and a drag-drop interface is supported. Future developments include a
treeview structure editor where you can construct your ISO based upon a number of individual folders.
The burning capability came later, and this has made DoISO significantly more
useful - you don't need to swap programs anymore in order to get your created
ISO onto physical media. Give it a try, it's simple to use and a quick way
to get files archived onto media, or maintain your software library.