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You cannot simply edit an .iso image file because the iso9660 filesystem is read-only. And even if you create your own iso image from scratch, with a bootable code, any package you add will not be part of the initial installation, unless you recreate the appropriate software repository database and anaconda installer. Sounds like overkill to me for what you are describing.
Why would you want to go through the endeavor to adjust the Oracle Linux distribution DVD for the purpose of creating a customized system? Why not using Kickstart instead, or a simply create a post-installation script to modify the installation to your needs?
It's Doable, not straigth like placing a custom kickstart and using from the DVD, but doable.
Why you don't use the pre part of the kickstart to copy your packages and post side of the kickstart to install and do your changes?
If you wanna edit an .iso image file, why not using WinISO or ultariso?
It can easily handle .iso files.