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You can run piso.exe to create ISO file or other image formats from command line or a batch file.  piso.exe supports lots of switches, thus you can specify image file properties when creating the image file. The destination image format can be iso file, daa file, or bin / cue file.

Usage: piso create [-switches]

<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.

  • -add <local dir/file name> <dir in image file>: Add local file or directory to image file.

  • -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 

  • -label <vol label>:  Set volume label for output image file.  Example: -label BACKUP

  • -joliet <1|2|3>:  Set joliet level for output image file.  Example: -joliet 3

  • -udf <on|off>:  Enable or disable UDF option for output image file.  Example: -udf on

  • -iso-name-len <12|30|221>:  Set iso9660 file name length for output image file.  Example: -iso-name-len 221

  • -joliet-name-len <64|110>:  Set joliet file name length for output image file.  Example: -joliet-name-len 110

  • -allow-lower-case-iso-name:  Allow lower case iso9660 file name for output image file.

  • -disable-optimization:  Disable file space optimization for output image file.

  • -file-datetime <mm-dd-yyyy-hh:mm:ss>:  Set file date time for output image file.  Example: -file-datetime 12-20-2008-08:00:00

  • -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.

 

Example: Create c:\test.iso from c:\test\files1 and c:\test\files2.

Command: piso create -o c:\test.iso -add c:\test\files1 / -add c:\test\files2 /

 

 

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