A .ccd file (CloneCD Control File) file is a text descriptor used by CloneCD to mark the properties of a CD/DVD disk image.
CCD is the data information of the disk image file in CloneCD format. The CCD file contains information about the logical structure of the CD. It needs to be combined with an image file (usually with .img extension) to be burned. It may also come with a subchannel file (usually .sub).
The .ccd extension can be sued directly by first-party disc emulator Virtual CloneDrive. It can also be mounted with thir-party virtual drives such as Daemon Tools and Alcohhol 120%. The command line application ccd2 is also available to convert ISO9660-compliant ccd/img to an ISO image.
If there is a CCD image file on your disk and you want to burn it on DVD, you can follow the instructions below to finish it.
Visit the home page of UltraISO to download it.
Insert a blank DVD in your drive.
Open CCD files after installing UltraISO.
Click Burn CD/DVD image button.
Select Write Speed and Write Method.
Click Burn to start burning.
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If you have some CCD image files and want to burn them to a Blu-ray disc to store. You can follow the instructions below to finish it.
Insert a blank Blu-ray disc.
Use Alcohol 120% to burn your CCD image files to Blu-ray disc.
Run the program and choose Image Burning Wizard.
Click Browse… to add your CCD image files. Then click Next > to go on.
Choose your Blu-ray burner at DVD/CD Recorder. Choose write speed at Write Speed. Then click Start to burn your CCD image files to Blu-ray disc.
A Blu-ray disc is 25G capacity of single layer and 50G of double layers. A CCD image has three or four files, xxx.ccd, xxx.img, xxx.sub and xxx.cue.The first three are necessary and the last one is not necessary.