Monthly Archives: April 2015
It’s quite rare for me to have a deal with image files conversion, except creating or burning image files. And yesterday, I needed to convert an NRG (Nero image file) into ISO. It was so confusing since many applications found on internet are proprietary and only offer conversion in limited file size in its trial mode.
Luckily, after a short search, I found NRG to ISO a free and small portable application from www.nrgtoiso.com. Nothing I can say about this application. It’s only 718 KB and do not need to be installed. Its single interface is also very simple and doesn’t have confusing parameters.
This is a small free utility tool, specifically designed to Nero’s NRG image format to standard ISO format. Software will automatically determine whether nrg file is the ISO 9660 image format.
The NRG to ISO conversion step is very easy and fast. You only need to open the NRG file and click on “Convert” button. The output will be placed in the same original NRG file directory. The process also won’t consume high PC resources.
Because image file conversion might not a daily need—especially from NRG to ISO—so you can keep NRG to ISO application for a future use. To download this tiny tool, please visit its official site: www.nrgtoiso.com or http://www.softpedia.com/get/CD-DVD-Tools/Virtual-CD-DVD-Rom/NRG-to-ISO.shtml.