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What is the difference between NRG and ISO?

Asked by R. Barnes, Last updated: Sep 15, 2020

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Matz Lewis Clark

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Matz Lewis Clark, College student, Graduation, Orlando

Answered Aug 27, 2019

NRG and ISO are two popular types of formats which can be used in saving images of discs. Although they are used to perform a similar function, there are some differences between the two. First of all, NRG and ISO are created by different sources. NRG was developed by Nero, while ISO, which is a global standard that was created by ISO.

NRG and ISO are two popular types of formats which can be used in saving images of discs. Although
Another difference is that ISO is mostly used and it is supported by most software. NRG, on the other hand, does not support most software because of compatibility issues. Another thing is that newer versions of most operating systems come with ISO software, this gives you the chance to easily burn your ISO file into disc without necessarily looking for any other types of software. This is part of many advantages ISO has over NRG. However, NRG is used when you want to record audio tracks, whereas ISO cannot record discs with multiple tracks.

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A. Samuel

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A. Samuel, Content Manager, Masters in Marketing and accounting, Florida

Answered Jul 16, 2019

When it comes to saving of image on the internet, downloading copies of the software, there are few formats to choose from. NRG and ISO are parts of those formats. The essential difference between these two formats, NRG and ISO, is their source. NRG is a format developed by Nero, and it is a very popular burning software and disc imaging while ISO is a global standard developed by a body that governs over world standards. ISO is used widely to achieve the highest level of portability in burning software.

When it comes to saving of image on the internet, downloading copies of the software, there are few
It gives the programmer encouraging support to attain the highest and best output. Some other primary difference is that NRG records audio tracks while ISO cannot, and also, but NRG is not. Most people NRG is just an ISO file, it is not because you can not just insert an NRG disc into a system that only recognizes ISO discs.

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