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What tools can I use to convert a DiscJuggler image (I don't have that software) which uses the extension cdi, to a more standard format like iso?

Personally I am using a Macintosh with OS X 10.6 but I would think it to be appropriate to answer for Windows, Mac, and the Unices.

Update Bonus for answering other formats like Nero (nrg), Alcohol (mdr), etc. I already tried AnyToISO (a cross platform app) but it crashed on my nrg file, and it halved the size of the cdi, which considering that its a boot disc for a dreamcast, does not bode well.

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Is that the newest buzzword... "Unicies"? Multiple Unix flavors? – caliban Sep 16 '09 at 9:54
Okay I misspelled it; it's fixed; Alternative forms are Unixes and Unixen; It refers to Linux flavors, BSD(s), and commercial ones like Solaris. – dlamblin Sep 16 '09 at 10:13
i've always preferred the term *nix – quack quixote Oct 14 '09 at 17:02
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You can use the CDIrip software, that has been compiled for Windows, OS X, and Linux. It will allow you to convert CDI images to ISO images.

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Link is dead and there doesn't seem to be a mirror. – voltagex Jun 29 '15 at 6:21

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