Open CCD File
File extension CCD is commonly used by files created through CloneCD, a software application designed to create backup copies of files on a disk to be stored on a computer or another portable media. At present, the application is only designed to run on various Windows operating systems.
CCD files are the byproduct of CloneCD's burning process. These files work similar to other image files that contain information of the disk i.e. track information, durations. Once a disk has been copied, a single image file will then be stored on the host computer and will be ready for transfer to another medium or disk.
Similar to other disk authoring applications such as Nero Burning ROM, CloneCD can create several copies of a file and burn it on another disk. It can perform processes such as reading and writing files form and to a disk. It can also clear an entire rewriteable to have it ready for the next burning process. CloneCD is manufactured by Slysoft and can be downloaded on the manufacturer?s website for free trial.
Despite their similarities, CloneCD is often limited when closely compared to the functionalities of other authoring applications. It does not support the transfer of data from the hard drive to the disk, but it does support the transfer of files from one disk to another.
A common issue to almost all authoring applications is that they are used to create duplicates of copyrighted materials including albums and movies. As part of the software package, CloneCD makers strongly urge users not to use their product to create duplicate discs that may cause copyright infringement.
Looking for an application that can render CCD files can be hard. Such applications include MagicISO Maker which is designed to read and convert information from other CD/DVD image created by another application. Through MagicISO, CCD files can be converted into other image files and be burnt with a new file extension. It can be converted in to File extension ISO, File extension BIN, File extension NGR or any other forms of image files. Other applications that can be used to open CCD files include IsoBuster, Daemon Tools, and Alcohol 120%.
Open CCD File on Windows Operating System
- Find a CCD file in question in Windows OS File Explorer and double click on it to launch the correpsonding application.
- If a CCD file is not opened in an application and you instead get a "Windows can't open a file" error message you should try looking for an application which can open the file in question.
- If you know the application which can open CCD file then run it and see if there is a File->Open main menu option in the application.
- If you don't know the application which can open CCD file then try to search for "CCD wiki", "application to open CCD file" or "open CCD file" queries in the search engine you like.
- Install the application you found and check if it can open CCD file
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