Convert an image/archive to ISO

anytoiso /convert [infile] [outfile]
infile – input image file
outfile – output ISO file


anytoiso /convert image.uif image.iso

Extract a file

anytoiso /extract [infile] [outfolder]
infile – input image file
outfolder – destination folder

When extracting an ISO file with multiple file systems, default file system is UDF. But you can optionally specify the file system to extract in the last /fs parameter. Possible values are iso9660, udf, xbox and hfs. See examples.

anytoiso /extract image.uif D:\image_extracted
anytoiso /extract image.iso D:\image_extracted /fs:iso9660 
(always choose ISO 9660 FS if multiple file systems found)

Create ISO from CD/DVD/Blue-ray disks


anytoiso /fromcd F: image.iso 

Create ISO from a local folder

anytoiso /fromdir [infolder] [outfile] /label:

It’s good to specify a volume label of your resulting ISO. It’s also possible to specify destination file systems inside the resulting ISO file (default file systems are iso9660+joliet+udf) using the /fs parameter. Possible values are iso9660, joliet and udf.

anytoiso /fromdir D:\folder image.iso /label:MY_IMAGE /fs:iso9660+joliet
anytoiso /fromdir D:\folder image.iso /label:MY_IMAGE /fs:udf

Display help on command line usage


anytoiso /help

Command line usage on Mac sample

Batch operation example on Windows

for /f %%f in ('dir /b *.zip') do anytoiso /convert %%f %%f.iso