.nrg conversion

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godathunder

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Ive come across a dts file thats been converted to a .nrg file (nero's proprietary disc image).

What is the best (read simplest) method to convert it back to a dts wav & cue (windows 10 OS)?

Thanks chaps
 

jimfisheye

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I have some old notes with this command line:

dd bs=1k if=image.nrg of=image.iso skip=300

Should convert it to an iso image.
 

jimfisheye

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Paste in into the Terminal. (I think it's called Command Prompt or Windows Console in Windows.)

There are probably some freebe apps out there if this is too into the weeds. I just remembered I had this note on it from my travels.
 

GOS

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Yeah, if you type "command prompt" into the search bar (part of your task bar at bottom of window), it will open up a fairly generic black window.....
Then, try typing exactly what Jim suggested, and hit enter. See what happens.
 

godathunder

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"dd" is not recognised as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file

mutter mutter gnashing of teeth etc
 

jimfisheye

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Sorry. I know Mac and Linux command line is usually the same but...
Try one of the free apps from a page you at least half trust. Looks like a handful of choices.
 

godathunder

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Thanks for you help chaps

I couldnt get it to open with WinCDEmu - no doubt due to ignorance on my part

I managed to open it with PowerISO in the end
 
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