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It's the volume label. That's the -L flag in mkfs.ext4 or, I think, the -n in mkfs.vfat, and so on. You can change it by passing a new label to it with e2label, or by killing it entirely with dd.
There is also FuseISO, a user space file system driver. I wish I had known about this option a few years ago because I too had been just converting them with mdf2iso. Since I tend to like to keep source files, this made for clutter.
Mount the .iso-file and copy the contents over to your USB drive. Press Ctrl + H in Dolphin to display and copy hidden files next
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