ISO image files contain a complete file structure. This structure can be extracted and directly burned to disc. See the Create ISO Image part of the help file for more information on how to create them.
To burn an ISO image, select the corresponding option at startup:
Note: Usually, you specify Finalize disc and Disc at Once for ISO images.
Other disk image formats exist and are widely used. You can convert .bin or .nrg files to ISO, so you can burn them with CDBurnerXP, from the button at the bottom left of the window shown above. The dialog is also accessible from File → Convert ISO image. A file selection dialog will appear and so you can locate and choose the file to be converted. Once you do the window shown below will appear, from which you can choose the location where the ISO image will be saved. Click the button for the process to begin.
This article applies to version 4.0.027 or higher.
In older versions of CDBurnerXP, you can open the dialog by selecting File → Write disc from ISO file in the data disc area.