Does BIN to ISO support MODE2 / 2352 and MODE1 / 2048 ISO9660 UDF?
Yes, BIN to ISO supports MODE2 / 2352 and MODE1 / 2048 ISO9660 UDF file formats!
The difference between sector, size and content are the header information and the error correction codes. A high degree of precision is required for large data, a small one for VCD and none for audio.
When you extract data in RAW format, it is always exactly 2352 bytes per sector. It does not vary between 2048/2336/2352 bytes depending on the data type. Basically, you always extract the whole sector. So converting from BIN to ISO is not a big art.
You can easily use this example as a solution without hesitation, even on earlier and older versions of Microsoft's Windows operating systems, to convert BIN files to ISO files, regardless of whether it is a Windows desktop, tablet, Surface Pro / Go, or even a server Operating system is. It is really very useful and beneficial to use this bin to iso conversion tool, which is a simple but effective tool.