ECM
ECM 1.0.5
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Reduce the size of a typical CD image file.   Commercial ($0.99)
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The ECM format allows you to reduce the size of a typical CD image file (BIN, CDI, NRG, CCD, or any other format that uses raw sectors; results may vary). It works by eliminating the Error Correction/Detection Codes (ECC/EDC) from each sector whenever possible. The encoder automatically adjusts to different sector types and automatically skips any headers it encounters. The results will vary depending on how much redundant ECC/EDC data is present. Note that for "cooked" ISO files, there will be no reduction.
What's New
Version 1.0.5:
  • Support of the notification center.
  • Support of the Retina display.
  • Code optimization.
Requirements
Intel, OS X 10.6.6 or later



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Mac-Application rated on 27 Jul 2013

[Version 1.0.5]


Downloads:915
Version Downloads:371
Type:Utilities : Compression
License:Commercial
Date:03 Dec 2012
Platform:Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $0.99
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The ECM format allows you to reduce the size of a typical CD image file (BIN, CDI, NRG, CCD, or any other format that uses raw sectors; results may vary). It works by eliminating the Error Correction/Detection Codes (ECC/EDC) from each sector whenever possible. The encoder automatically adjusts to different sector types and automatically skips any headers it encounters. The results will vary depending on how much redundant ECC/EDC data is present. Note that for "cooked" ISO files, there will be no reduction.


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