copy hybrid iso images to USB key for booting from it, progress bar and remaining time are displayed while copying

pv -petrs $(stat -c %s file.iso) file.iso | dd bs=1M oflag=sync of=/dev/sdX
Show running time. eta, progressbar
Sample Output
0:00:42 [58,3MB/s] [=====================================================>] 100%

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