Optical disc images are files storing complete copies of various media, including CD, DVD and Blu-Ray discs. They are used for backing up data from optical discs and creating exact disc copies for further replication. The main advantage of disc images is that they are essentially exact sector-by-sector copies of original discs preserving both their content and structure. If you have a disc image in any format, you can easily recreate the original disc by burning the image to a blank CD, DVD or BD disc. And although this task may initially seem to be somewhat hard, proper software will make it a breeze - software like ISO Workshop! ISO Workshop is a handy and reliable application designed to facilitate disc image management, conversion and burning operations. The program has a very simple user interface that lets you focus on the most important aspects of the process, allowing the program to do the rest. ISO Workshop enables you to extract specific files and folders from disc images, create disc backups by copying disc contents to ISO or BIN image files, convert different disc image files into the ISO or BIN format and, of course, burn ISO and CUE images to blank discs. The program supports a wide range of commonly used disc image formats, including ISO, CUE, BIN, NRG, CDI, MDF, IMG, GI, PDI, DMG, B5I and B6I. A built-in disk quality verification feature ensures the highest quality of each burning session. The software has a very intuitive and fairly self-explanatory user interface the enables users with minimal disc burning skills to successfully work with multi-format disc images and create new CD's and DVD's from them. Despite its impressive functionality, ISO Workshop fits into a 4 MB installation file that can be downloaded in seconds. If you've been on the look for a well-rounded disc image creation, conversion and burning tool, ISO Workshop is definitely worth checking out.