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why not simply burn the EXtracted DAA file with ImgBurn , after all , as you state, ultraiso is the compressor/decompressor for these files

 

ImgBurn is a burning program , not a extraction prog like winrar,winzip,ultraiso.

 

what would you want ImgBurn to actually do ?, extract then burn the iso ?

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PowerIso can easly convert an .daa into an .iso.

Even PowerIso converts the .daa to .iso before burning.

This means that .daa file cannot be directly burned but a conversion must be done first.

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DAA is a format for an image file, which supports some advanced features, such as compression, password protection, and splitting to multiple volumes (similar to .RAR and other compression formats).

 

An archive.daa of 649MB become an archive.iso of 700MB.

 

50MB make a discrete difference when you have to upload/download it, this is why its widely used in peer-to-peer or torrents network.

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