ISO Master – The Ultimate CD/DVD image (iso,nrg) Editor

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ISO Master is a graphical editor for ISO images with support for ISO9660, RockRidge, and Joliet file names. It is useful for extracting, deleting, or adding files and directories to or from an ISO image. It is based on the bkisofs and GTK2 libraries.

What formats are supported?

ISO Master can read .ISO files (ISO9660, Joliet, RockRidge, and El Torito), most .NRG files, and some single-track .MDF files; it can save only as .ISO.

You can use isomaster to:

-- add files to an image
-- extract files from an image
-- delete files from an image

Install iso master in Ubuntu

sudo aptitude install isomaster

This will complete the installation.

Using ISO Master

If you want to open ISO Master Go to Applications -> Sound & Video -> ISO Master

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Once it opens you should see similar to the following screen

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If you want to open .iso file go to File--->Open

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Now you need to select .iso file and click on open

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iso image file is reading in progress

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Once iso image opens you should see similar to the following screen here you can add,extract,delete files to your iso image

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11 Responses

  1. rokytnji says:

    Installed most promptly. Can’t wait to try it out.Thank you.

  2. grasshopper says:

    “sudo aptitude install isomaster” gives me an error.

    “couldn’t find any package whose name or description matched ‘isomaster'”

    i am using ubuntu 7.04.

    What gives?

  3. admin says:


    This package is not available in ubuntu 7.04 repositories

  4. grasshopper says:


  5. Andrew Smith says:

    Nice demo. Thanks 🙂

  6. micro small says:

    thank you very much.
    its very helpful.

  7. ramkumar says:

    thanks yaar…..
    it works amazingly

  8. broken says:

    Added a firmwareflash.exe to the iso and it does not show up when I burn and then boot the dos disk.


  9. Caang says:

    This is what I am looking for, will it same in Linux Mint?

  10. Luigi says:

    I had the same failure of broken. I tried to add an exe file in a bootable dos iso. It seemed ok (the file is inside the iso) but when I burn a cd the new file is not available after the dos boot.

  11. thach says:

    I need instruction how to create customized bootable CD or DVD with Linus OS with Firefox to limits of users access to few websites and edit documents in LibreOffice Writer, etc.

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