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Convert Image File to ISO from Command Line

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PowerISO can not only convert image file on Window GUI, but it also can convert image files on Windows command line. You can find piso.exe which is PowerISO command line utility in PowerISO installation directory. 

Usage: piso <command> [parameters] [-switches]

<Commands>

  • convert <image file>:  Convert image file to other format.

Example: Convert d:\test.iso to d:\test.daa 

Command: piso convert d:\test.iso -o d:\test.daa -ot daa

<Switches>

  • -o:  Specify output image file name.

  • -ot <iso|daa|bin>: Specify output image file type. If not specified, the image type will be determined by file name suffix.

  • -volsize <n>: Split output image file to multiple volumes, and set volume size to <n>. Example: -volsize 100M

  • -setpassword <password>: Set password for output image file.   Example: -setpassword 12345678 

  • -vol-creation-datetime <mm-dd-yyyy-hh:mm:ss>:  Set volume creation date time for output image file. 

  • -vol-modification-datetime <mm-dd-yyyy-hh:mm:ss>:  Set volume modification date time for output image file.

  • -vol-effective-datetime <mm-dd-yyyy-hh:mm:ss>:  Set volume effective date time for output image file.

  • -vol-expiration-datetime <mm-dd-yyyy-hh:mm:ss>:  Set volume expiration date time for output image file.

  • -comment:  Set comment for output image file.

  • -comment-from-file <file name>:  Load comment from the file.

 

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