A software that enables you to create, edit and burn ISO files.
The program has a user-friendly interface in which you can easily navigate, thanks to the Explorer-based layout.
In order to create an ISO file, all you have to do is add files to the queue (by using the "drag and drop" method), configure properties, select the compression method and save results as an ISO or UIF file (in the latter case, you can also enable password protection).
In the "Properties" menu, you can edit the "Label", "ISO" (e.g. CD file system, file/directory names length, volume serial number) and "Optimize" settings.
Furthermore, you can rename the volume, files and folders, as well as create a bootable CD/DVD image, UDF CD/DVD image, Hybrid or Unix/Linux CD/DVD image, audio, video, Super Video or Xbox CD/DVD image.
But you can also compress a CD/DVD image, decompress an UIF image, convert files to the ISO, CUE or NRG format, make a multi-boot image, or create a boot image from a floppy disk.
In the “Configuration” settings, you can enable shell integration, set UIF as the default CD/DVD format, set file associations, as well as change audio options and virtual CD/DVD drive options.
MagicISO Maker uses a moderate amount of system resources, comes with a well-drawn user documentation (includes tutorials with snapshots), completes a task in a reasonable amount of time and did not cause me any problems during my tests.
The application may not be as powerful as other more popular similar products, but I recommend you give MagicISO Maker a shot.