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   Last updated: July 24, 2012

 

 

 

 

 

UnpackX

 

Mac software QuickWMA

 

Description:

 

UnpackX lets you comprehensively work on disc images and file archives.  Use UnpackX to unpack disc images (BIN, DAA, ISO) and file archives (RAR, RAR parts, 7z) into folders.

UnpackX is very simple to use.  If you have disc images to convert into folders, explore the drop-down menu below the orange drop box.  If you have RAR archives to unpack, then open the drop-down menu below the blue drop box and choose an action.  Or explore the drop-down menu below the green drop box if you have 7zip archives to unpack.  After setting the export destination folder and the folder name, then simply drop and drop a disc image or a file archive onto the drop box above.

 

 


 

Screenshots:

 

Mac software QuickWMA

Exploring the drop-down menu for disc images
 

Mac software QuickWMA

Exploring the drop-down menu for RAR archives
     

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Unpacking password-protected DAA disc image
 

Mac software QuickWMA

Unpacking non-encrypted RAR file archive
     

Mac software QuickWMA

Unpacking non-encrypted RAR parts
 

Mac software QuickWMA

Unpacking encrypted 7z file archive

 

 


 

Trial version:

 

A demo/trial version is available.

 

  • Click on the button to download a demo/trial version of UnpackX for Mac OS X 10.6.  Mac video tutorials

 



 

System requirements:

 

  • Mac OS X 10.6, 10.7 or 10.8 with Intel Mac (Intel Mac) only

 

 


 

Videos:

 

Quick Overview Video (no audio commentary)

QuickTime Video 01: Overall Workflow 1

This QuickTime video covers the basic workflow of UnpackX.  The software version is 1.0.2.

Duration: 6 minutes 46 second (28.4 MB)

 
Mac software UnpackX
Click on the screenshot to play a movie with no audio commentary

 


 

Purchasing UnpackX license:

 

 

Purchasing a single license of UnpackX

 

Mac App Store

Available at Mac App Store only As UnpackX

 

日本国に在住の方はこのソフトは購入することができません。

 

 

 


 

Version History:

 

1.0.0 to 1.0.2 (April 6, 2011)

  1. Change: The application prevents the user from adding an extension or a period to the folder name. When the user types a period, the folder name will revert to the default name.
  2. In order to enhance its stability, the application stores user preferences in an encrypted database. Users have to work on Preferences settings all over again by opening Preferences. We apologize to existing users for the change.
  3. The user can now unpack archives under the 3rd format (green) that have the extension of MSI.

    Mac software UnpackX


    Please note that it may take Mac App Store several days to weeks to approve an update.

 

UnpackX is a product of MacHouse.