Burning your own CDs is not a thing that is particularly interesting, neither it is difficult. However, most CD burning tools do not provide you with an easy way of creating and managing disk images so that you could store an exact replica of a compact disk, for example, a CD with backup files, and use it without the need to make a new compilation each time. SoftDisc is an image file creating/editing/managing tool. It also lets you emulate a virtual CD - that is handy. when you, for example, need a CD in use when playing a game. The program lets you store disk information in ISO format. It allows you to record info on disk from local and network hard disk drives as well as removable media. What's more important, once you have created an image file, you can modify it in any way you like. SoftDisc take the compact disc image document catalogue management as the core, integrates CD copy, UltraISO / WinISO editor, Daemon-Tools virtual CD drives, and Nero-Burning ROM to form the powerful and easy to use compact disc toolbox. It is capable of handling up to four virtual CD-ROM drives and is able to simulate various protected game CDs. The interface is nice, XP-ish and Explorer-like.