How to Make ISO File with Mac Computer? Feb 20, 2013 16:39:35 GMT 7
Post by summer201016 on Feb 20, 2013 16:39:35 GMT 7
I am trying to create an ISO image from a CD, but can not find a built in app to do it. How do you guys create an ISO from an original CD? But the result is not a readable ISO image. I tried from various other directions as well, but they were more vague. Anyone else creates ISOs and use those rather then putting in original CDs? Let me suggest you it would be good if you store the image file any where from where it would be easy to find for the Disk Utility app. The procedure is very simple and similar to all OSX versions, Mac OS X Mountain Lion, Lion, Leopard, Snow Leopard, Tiger, lets begin the process.
1. Import MKV files
Launch MKV to DVD ISO burner for Mac. Then click “Add” or directly drag and drop MKV files to the program.
2. Edit video and set 3D effect
Click “Edit” button to do some editing to imported videos so as to get better and exact output effect. On Edit panel, there are five options available for you to edit video: Trim, Crop, Rotation, Effect and Watermark. Tab on each option and carry out the corresponding editing functions. 3D function is also allowed, go to “3D Settings” panel, then you can select one of the 3D setting modes from Red/Cyan, Red/Green, Red/Blue, Blue/Yellow, Interleaved, adjust 3D Depth effect by choose an exact value.
3. Select DVD menu
Many DVD menu templates have been provided for selection: Standard, Business, Education, Holiday, Nature, Others, Customized. Select one DVD menu template under any of the DVD themes and you will get real-time DVD menu template preview. If you want to do some advanced settings for your DVD menu, you can click “Design Menu” button customize DVD menu.
4. Further DVD Burning Settings and start to Burn MKV to DVD ISO on Mac
Click on the “Burn to DVD” in the previous step to turn to the “Burning Settings” panel below. You are with the ability to Burn To ISO File, input your own Volume Label, Save To a destination on Mac, choose Tv Standard and select output DVD Size. After all have been set, click “Burn Now” to start to burn MKV to ISO on Mac.