CDRoller v9.00.50 Portable | 7.4 MB
CDRoller is a powerful, easy-to-use and low-cost toolset for CD/DVD data recovery. CDRoller supports industry-standard ISO 9660 file system, including Microsoft's extensions for long file names support, so-called Joliet extensions. CDRoller also supports the discs formatted in UDF file system, including versions 1.02, 1.50, 2.0, 2.01 and also so-called UDF Bridge format. Support of wide set of CD, CD-R, CD-RW and DVD formats such as: CD-DA, CD-ROM, CD-WO, CD-ROM XA and Mixed-Mode CD, Stamped multisession CD, CD-MRW ("Mt. Rainier" CD-RW), DVD-ROM, DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD-RAM.
Effectively retrieves the lost data from the discs created by "drag and drop" CD/DVD/BD writing software, such as well-known Sonic (Roxio, Adaptec) and Ahead Nero software packages, CeQuadrat's PacketCD, DLA, B's CLiP and others.
Reads unfinalized ("open", "left as-is") CDs and DVDs, including the discs with Microsoft's Live File system.
Recovers DVD movies and photos, created by a wide set of standalone devices that record directly onto disks: Hitachi, Canon, Panasonic, Samsung and Sony DVD camcorders as well as standalone video recorders.
Splits the recovered VOB or VRO video files into a several clips (scenes), automatically converting a "raw" DVD-video into generic MPEG files without loss of quality. Specially tested on the discs, recorded by Hitachi DVD camcorders.
Burns a new DVD with recovered video that can be played back in the most DVD players.
Recovers CD data written by Sony Mavica CD digital cameras.
Includes a fault-tolerant UDF Reader. Provides direct access to UDF discs, including CDs and DVDs written by old versions of Roxio (Adaptec) DirectCD and Drag-To-Disk. Finds and retrieves accidently deleted files, files located in the corrupted folders, files on incorrectly closed disks, etc.
"On-the-fly" unpacks the files initially compressed by Roxio (Adaptec) DirectCD.
Retrieves back up files from the discs recorded in several stages (multisession discs).
Includes a built-in CD/DVD/BD data burner. There is no need to run third-party CD/DVD/BD mastering software if you wish to burn a new DVD-video disc or backup your files and folders immediately after recovery. The "Burn" option is integrated into a common shell. Just write a new disc with recovered data shortly, without leaving CDRoller!
Erases CD, DVD and BD re-writable media. Supports quick and full erase methods.
Examines disc sectors at low level. Displays the sector content in text, binary, hexadecimal or unicode mode. It also scans all sectors of a disc (selected track or file) for particular data. Recommended for engineering purposes and also for law enforcement and forensic investigators.
Identifies the lost files on ISO/Joliet discs with the damaged file system (volume descriptors, path tables and directories), using the raw data only.
Rescues the data from scratched, damaged or defective discs.
Provides direct access to hardware, bypassing the Windows File System. Looks for the lost tracks (sessions) every time when you insert a new disc into the drive. Supports SCSI Pass Through Direct (SPTD) layer as alternative method under Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista.
Digitally extracts audio tracks into a wide set of wave formats.
Tests disc readability.
Extracts ISO Image file. Burns ISO Image file to a new disc.
Catalogs files and folders into CD/DVD library.
All features are integrated into a common and easy-to-use intuitive shell.
Support of wide set of CD, DVD, BD and HD-DVD formats such as:
CD formats (CD-DA, CD-ROM, CD-WO, CD-ROM XA and Mixed-Mode)
CD format CD-MRW ("Mt. Rainier" CD-RW),
DVD formats (DVD-ROM, DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD+R DL, DVD+RW, DVD-R DL, DVD-RAM).
Blu-ray disc (BD) formats (BD-ROM, BD-R, BD-RE, BD-R DL, BD-RE DL).
High Definition DVD (HD-DVD) formats (HD-ROM, HD DVD-R, HD DVD-RAM).
Supported File Systems:
ISO 9660 file system, including Microsoft's extensions for long file names support, so-called Joliet extensions.
Universal Disk Format (UDF), including versions 1.02, 1.50, 2.0, 2.01, 2.50, 2.60 and so-called UDF Bridge format.
FAT32 (for DVD-RAM and BD-RE discs).
To run CDRoller, you need at least:
Microsoft Windows 95/98/ME/2000/XP/2003/Vista operating system,
Intel Pentium or compatible CPU,
256 MB of RAM,
12 MB free hard disk space for program installation and some additional space for CD/DVD images,
CD/DVD/Blu-ray drive(s). The devices with IDE or SCSI interfaces are highly recommended under Windows 95/98/ME
What's new in the version 9?
Added an ability to create and manage an own image file. Key features:
- allows to use many different drives on the different computers to read the bad disc (CD, DVD or Blu-ray one), adding the data that each new drive can read.
- skips the sectors that have been successfully read before.
- extremely increases a reading speed if you manage your disc many times.
- works with audio and mixed (data + audio) CDs too.
Added an ability to get a few copies of Recover DVD Video option, running CDRoller from the Command Line with "/rdv" and "/drive letter" parameters. For example, CDRoller.exe /rdv /d . That allows to work with a several drives simultaneously and speed up the data recovery if you have a lot of problem DVD-video discs.
The old Test Disc option updated. Added expected support of UDF discs.
Disc properties dialog updated:
- Added DVD Media tab with an additional info for advanced users.
- fixed a bug for write-once UDF disc (CD-R, DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD+R DL, DVD-R DL, BD-R) when a track was marked as UDF under TOC Tracks tab but UDF file system was not placed on this track.
File properties dialog updated. Added UDF Records tab with an additional info for advanced users.
File Open and File Save dialogs support new "Vista style" under Windows Vista or 7. You can find these dialogs in the different options of CDRoller. For example in Split Video, Test Disc, Resume, Append and many others.
Fixed an old bug when some dialogs accidently hid their components under Windows Vista/7.
Support of Windows 95/98/ME/NT4 is officially canceled. If you're registered user and still need a version of CDRoller that supports an old Windows, please contact our Support Dept.
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