File Extension CDI

File type: DiscJuggler Disc Image File, CD Anywhere Virtual CD

About the CDI file type:

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The CDI file extension is used to identify the disc image files generated by the DiscJuggler. The files with the CDI file extension are capable of storing not only a single copy of the data on DVD, hard, disk or CD, but also the complete contents of the source including structure. Other than the Padus DiscJuggler, other programs including PowerISO and IsoBuster are also capable of creating and accessing the CDI files. Just about anyone using the DiscJuggler is enabled to perform operations that include the duplication of CDs and DVDs, extraction, simultaneously driving multiple CD/DVD recorders, and replicating virtually every standard CD/DVD. The DiscJuggler allows the direct digital to digital duplication of CDs from the CD-ROM drive to multiple CD-R drives. Other features of the application include the duplication of audio CD supported for the subcodes R-W and PQ, the resynchronization of audio stream in real time, scrambling, and the software restoration of the EDC/ECC.

Detailed information for file extension CDI

Category: Disk Files
File format: Proprietary
Open with Windows: Padus DiscJuggler, EZB Systems UltraISO, IsoBuster, PowerISO
Open with Linux: IsoBuster, PowerISO
On the other hand, the CDI file extension is also utilized by the application CD Anywhere by V-com as its virtual CD. The CD Anywhere application is used to generate a maximum of 23 virtual CD-Rom drives without the user having to actually insert the actual CD. Virtual CDS created using the CD Anywhere application are then saved with the CDI file extension. Virtual CDs like the CDI file extension are disc images that operate directly on a user's hard drive. They replace physical or actual discs and saves tear and wear on the user's CD-Rom drive. With the CD Anywhere application, users can use a physical CD and a virtual CD at the same time. It has the capability of storing multiple CDs.