Looking for suggestions on what to use to accomplish a task. I've been attempting tonight to create some cd disk images (ISOs) from audio files. I first attempted it using InfraRecorder, however when working with audio projects, it is unable to write to a disk image. I then downloaded ImgBurn, and it appears to have the same shortcomings. Audio Files to disk, not a problem. Audio Files to a disk Image, no go. I did use a trial of VirtualCD once before. It was actually very nice, and I'm surprised that there isn't an Open Source/Freeware alternative. For those who don't know, VirtualCD actually emulates a hardware CD/DVD-Rom/Writer/ReWriter. The software that you use to burn data to disk simply burns it to the VCD Drive (Which appears just like any other burner) but writes it to a disk image. It seemed to work quite well, though I did have problems when I used it personally. It was unique to my knowledge in that it didn't just emulate a CD ROM But a writer as well. Does anyone know any FOSS (Or just Free even) software of a similar functionality to Virtual CD, or know of any FOSS/Freeware software that supports creating Audio Disk Images?