uif2iso4mac
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Convert UIF file into a standard ISO format.   Free
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uif2iso4mac... You've got a UIF file from a friend and have no clue how to use it on your Mac? No need to go and boot up your old Windows PC (if you still have one). Just drop the file into UIF2ISO for Mac and it will convert it into a standard ISO format. The ISO you can just use with OS X. Open it. Burn it.
What's New
Version 1.4.1:
  • CHANGE] Require 10.5 through Info.plist.
  • [FIX] I18n fixes.
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.5 or later







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uif2iso4mac User Discussion (Write a Review)
ver. 1.x:
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darkan9el reviewed on 01 Nov 2012
Excellent App, simple and straightforward. Many thanks to the creator of the app.
[Version 1.4.1]


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+1

+7

Atlasica reviewed on 02 Jun 2011
It is very simple, converting an uif file to an iso is all it can do, but thats all its supposed to do, and it does so very well. Just converted an uif file and the result was excellent.
[Version 1.4.1]


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+1

+125

Rubaiyat reviewed on 16 Oct 2009
Works perfectly. Tried AnyToISO and it just crashed all the time.
[Version 1.4]


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+19

Anonymous-----------------------------. reviewed on 04 Jul 2009
used it once to convert an uif to iso (duh) and it works like it says it does! no complaints, nice progress bar and its free! 5 stars. Thanks dev, great app.
[Version 1.3.1]


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+39

mahojas reviewed on 04 Jul 2009
Works just perfectly for me on my MBP. I found this as the solution for this kind of conversion on Apple's web site. Great work.
[Version 1.3.1]


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-1

HuevoX reviewed on 12 May 2009
Thank you, Thank you
[Version 1.3.1]


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+22

stassi reviewed on 30 Apr 2009
Beautiful. This made my life SO MUCH easier! Thank you.
[Version 1.2]


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+3

Avv3lenato reviewed on 27 Jan 2009
Works!
[Version 1.1.3]


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+50
Peter da Silva commented on 29 Sep 2008
Is there a similar program for Nero and Toast image files?
[Version 1.1]

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+2
Vafer.org (developer) replied on 28 Nov 2008
There is a command line tool called nrg2iso. But it's quite old. Not sure it will still work with new images. Heard rumors that you can just rename a toast file to iso and that is supposed to be enough. But I never tried that ...and frankly speaking I doubt it will work - at least in all cases.
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+34
Gannet commented on 28 Nov 2008
OS X can read toast images (maybe nero too?) so if you want to convert toast to ISO, just open it with Disk Utility and convert to "CD/DVD Master" (which is equivalent to ISO).
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-1

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smtips reviewed on 13 Aug 2008
This program did not work. Dragged the UIF to it and got something about BLHR data can't be read. 10.5.3.
[Version 1.0.7]

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+1

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Vafer.org (developer) replied on 18 Sep 2008
Unfortunately they keep changing the format. So for newer files you might have to blame MagicISO. It's a cat and mouse game.
burypromote

+1
alep23 had trouble on 30 Nov 2008
The previous version worked ok for a few files but this one doesn't work at all. It just opens the progress window with "Finished sucessfully" and that's it. Using iMac G5 w/ 10.5.5.
[Version 1.1.2]


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Version Downloads:24,131
Type:Utilities : Backup
License:Free
Date:03 Feb 2010
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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uif2iso4mac... You've got a UIF file from a friend and have no clue how to use it on your Mac? No need to go and boot up your old Windows PC (if you still have one). Just drop the file into UIF2ISO for Mac and it will convert it into a standard ISO format. The ISO you can just use with OS X. Open it. Burn it.


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