How to Convert ISO to Udf

By Joshua Bailey

A UDF file is a type of ISO disk image. Converting an ISO to the standard data type UDF is simple and can be done with most ISO creators. Three of the better programs do it very efficiently. This means that within just a few clicks of your mouse, you can convert your ISO to the UDF file system.

Things You'll Need

  • ISO creator

Step 1

Download one of the programs linked under "Resources."

Step 2

Open Nero, click on “Data Burning” and click on “Image Recorder.” Click “UDF” to switch to UDF mode. Click “Browse” and select a place to save the UDF file. Click “OK” to verify the location. Drag your ISO into the open program window and it will load into Nero. Click “Burn,” and it will be converted to UDF.

Step 3

Open MagicISO and click on “File.” Click “New” and “UDF CD/DVD Image.” Drag your ISO into the open program window and click the “Save” button at the top of the window. Select a place to save the new UDF file and click “OK” to convert it.

Step 4

Open Imgburn and click on “Create image from files/folders.” Click on “Options” and change “File System” to “UDF.” Drag your ISO file into the open window and click the “Destination” icon to select a place to save the UDF file. Click the green arrow to begin the conversion.