X-CD-Roast uses the .rawfilename extension for CD image files. .iso is a more common extension, but you shouldn't use this if you expect X-CD-Roast to be able to write the image file you create. If you've downloaded an image file that uses an .iso extension, you can rename the file to let X-CD-Roast see it and burn it to CD without re-creating the filesystem.
Fou can select from a set of predefined options using the Set Image-Type option button or select individual options using the ISO-Filesystem Options area.
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