ISO to TAR Converter
Batch convert iso files to tar format online for free
Choose files or drag & drop them here.
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All files will be deleted after one hour.
How to convert ISO files to TAR online?
Step-by-step guide to convert iso to tar using AnyConv. It works on PC (Windows, Mac, Linux) and mobile devices (iPhone, Android).
Drag and drop your ISO file into the upload area. The maximum file size is 100 MB.
ISO to TAR
Click "Convert" to change iso to tar. The conversion usually takes a few seconds.
Download your TAR
Now you can download the TAR file. The download link only works on your device.
- First you need to add file for conversion: drag and drop your ISO file or click the "Choose File" button. Then click the "Convert" button. When ISO to TAR conversion is completed, you can download your TAR file.
- Archive conversion is pretty fast. You can change ISO to TAR in a few seconds.
- Of course! We delete uploaded files immediately, and converted ones after 1 hour. No one has access to your files. File conversion (including ISO to TAR) is absolutely safe.
- Yes, you can use AnyConv on any operating system that has a web browser. Our ISO to TAR converter works online and does not require software installation.
Information about ISO and TAR file formats
|🔸 File format||ISO||TAR|
|🔸 Full name||ISO, Disc Image File||TAR - Tape Archive|
|🔸 File extension||.iso, .udf||.tar|
|🔸 MIME type||application/x-iso9660-image||application/x-tar|
|🔸 Developed by||Unknown||Jean-loup Gailly|
|🔸 Type of format||Misc||File archiver|
|🔸 Description||ISO is the most common disc image format for both CD and DVD. The content of the ISO is an exact copy of the content of the original DVD or CD the disc image was created. ISO files are used to create exact copies of CDs, DVDs, or other media saved on discs like a CD-ROM. These copies can function as backup CDs since they do not differ from the originals regarding content. Much more information is saved this way than simply copying files from one disc to another where important information like the disc header information can get lost.||In computing, tar is a computer software utility for collecting many files into one archive file, often referred to as a tarball, for distribution or backup purposes. The data sets created by tar contain various file system parameters, such as timestamps, ownership, file access permissions, and directory organization.|
|🔸 Technical details||The ISO standard the ISO files are based on is the ISO-9660 standard. In addition to the duplicated data from a physical disk, ISO files contain all necessary filesystem information from the original medium. This includes the discs' directory structure, the boot code, and attributes attached to the files.||A tar archive file contains uncompressed byte streams of the files which it contains. Various compression programs are available to archive compression, such as gzip, bzip2, xz, lzip, lzma, or compress, which compress the entire tar archive.|
|🔸 File conversion||ISO conversion||TAR conversion|
|🔸 Associated programs||7-Zip (Windows), Alcohol 120% (Windows), Apple Disk Utility (Mac), Brasero (Linux), Canonical Furius ISO Mount (Linux), Corel WinZip (Windows), dd (Linux), DT Soft DAEMON Tools (Windows), ISO Master (Windows & Linux), K3b (Linux), LSoft Technologies Active@ ISO Burner (Windows), MagicISO MagicDist (Windows), NeoSmart Technologies EasyBCD (Windows), Nero (Windows), Parallels Desktop (Mac), PowerIso (Windows), RARLAB RAR (Android), Roxio Creator NXT Pro (Windows), Roxio Toast (Mac), SlySoft Virtual CloneDrive (Windows), VideoLAN VLC media player (Windows, Mac & Linux), VMware Fusion (Mac), WinRAR (Windows)||TAR|