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external file decompressor?

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instead of ripping to an image standard read all info directly from the disc (by way of empty container) to a .file 'file' ie... instead of .iso constraint format rip to an undisclosed format essentially cloning the disc. i guess then it would have to be able to be burned with a header, but what about an empty header container so it can be ready for any program to sustain its default image format. that's what i mean by raw write. i suppose...

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..maybe just a file (header)to tell it is an 'imaged standard' so it can trail itself properly to a 'raw write' or excact clone. like how on the old playstaion 1 console discs thier was a complete section of junk sectors with a hardware trigger inside the psx to tell it to 'accept'

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On 8/6/2015 at 4:31 PM, okihlink said:

..maybe just a file (header)to tell it is an 'imaged standard' so it can trail itself properly to a 'raw write' or excact clone. like how on the old playstaion 1 console discs thier was a complete section of junk sectors with a hardware trigger inside the psx to tell it to 'accept'

Anyone can help this issue? I have the same question with okihlink :( help anyone?

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