CD and DVD Burning Software. Alcohol 120%, is a powerful Windows CD and DVD burning software that makes it easy to create backups of DVDs* and CDs.
Alcohol 120 Description Alcohol 120% is an optical disc authoring program and disk image emulator created by Alcohol Soft. It can burn CDs and DVDs and emulate ISO images as virtual drives. Bluetooth Manager. It can produce a backup of a CD by either using the CD or an image of it. The software can burn more than one CD or DVD at the same time. It bypasses some copy prevention schemes, and supports image file types such as MDS, CCD, BIN/CUE, ISO, CDI, BWT, BWI, BWS, BWA, and others.
Alcohol does not back up copy protected DVD movies, due to legal reasons. It also has special options for PlayStation and PlayStation 2 filesystems making the copy process of these discs a very easy task. Versions of this software are blacklisted by certain software manufacturers due to its use in defeating copy prevention schemes.
There are, however, 3rd party hacks that try to remove the blacklistings, involving modification of the system registry. The following versions include a 30-day trial period.
Open Source Dvd Player on this page. 220.127.116.1121 / February 25, 2018; 4 months ago ( 2018-02-25) and Website Alcohol 120% is an and created. Alcohol 120% can also mount disc images, with support for their proprietary Media Descriptor Image (/.mdf) disc image format. It is capable of converting image files to the. Alcohol Soft has cited it will not be developing an image editor for Alcohol 120%. The latest versions of Alcohol 120% contain the A.C.I.D.
A.C.I.D., or 'Alcohol Cloaking Initiative for DRM' (based originally on the application), operates as an 'SCSI-drive protector' which hides emulated drives from 7 and 4. Contents • • • • • • • • • • Supported file types [ ] The file formats supported by Alcohol 120%'s image mounting feature are listed in the adjacent table.
Alcohol 120%'s image making tool supports the following formats: • /.mdf (default) • • // • / • Note: When making disk images of DVDs, Alcohol 120% only supports the.mdf/.mds or.iso format. [ ] Supported file formats for image mounting.b5t.b6t BlindWrite.bwt/.bwi/.bws BlindWrite //.sub.cdi /.bin Compressed ISO image /.mdf Media Descriptor Image /.nri.pdi Instant Copy As of 2011 Copy protection [ ] Alcohol 120%'s image recording feature is capable of bypassing certain schemes, such as,, and (DPM). However, certain copy protection schemes require burner hardware that is capable of reproducing the copy protection.
It can also create images of and file systems. It lacks the ability to back up DVD titles encrypted with the.
Due to legal restrictions, Alcohol Soft has opted not to include this feature. Some software manufacturers employ methods to prevent Alcohol 120% from copying the software. There are tools available that attempt to counteract the blacklist methods, such as Anti-blaxx and CureROM. These two programs have been replaced by A.C.I.D. Alcohol 52% [ ] Alcohol 52% is a version of Alcohol 120% without the burning engine. It can still create image files, and mount those images on up to 31 virtual drives.
There are two versions of Alcohol 52%, free and 30-day trial. The free version contains an optional toolbar bundled and is limited to 6 virtual drives. Alcohol 120% Free Edition [ ] Alcohol 120% Free Edition This version is free fully functional for non-commercial use Alcohol 120% Free Edition. Awards [ ] • European ShareWare Conference 2006 Epsilon Award Y.A.S.U [ ] Y.A.S.U ( Yet Another SecuROM Utility) originally developed for utility, which allows hiding virtual drives from SecuROM 7 and SafeDisc 4. Later the third-party developers created a version for Alcohol 120%. A.C.I.D [ ] A.C.I.D ( Alcohol Cloaking Initiative for DRM) built-in Alcohol 120% utility is based on the Y.A.S.U program and is similar to it.
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