An ISO image is an archive file (also known as a disk image) of an optical disc in a format defined by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). This format is supported by many software vendors. ISO image files typically have a file extension of .iso. The name ISO is taken from the ISO 9660 file system used with CD-ROM media, but an ISO image can also contain UDF file system because UDF is backward-compatible with ISO 9660.
Consider you have a DVD containing over 5,000 files. Since a folder cannot be uploaded or downloaded, you would have to upload or download each of those 5,000 files individually, which is tedious at best. You could place them to a standard ZIP file to solve the problem, but ISOs have an advantage over ZIP files. ISOs can include additional information about the original DVD. In order to better organize your DVD movies, you can Copy DVDs to ISO on Mac. Use DVD Copy Pro for Mac can easily finish this mission.
Step. 1 Open DVD Copy Pro and Insert DVD
Click the DVD Copy Pro icon and insert the DVD as required. After loading DVD, the interface will around to the main interface. You can click the Duration to let the titles place in sequences.
Step. 2 Choose the Copy Options and Output Options
You can choose the copy options in your own needs. Tick ISO in the Output Options to save ISO file on your Mac.
Step. 3 Start Copying DVD
After you finish the setting, click Start button and one window will pop up to ask you to choose the place saving the ISO file. You also need to type in the name for the file. Then click Save to start copying.
After copying, there are Four ways to play ISO Image on Mac :
1.You can click to play the ISO Image.
2. you can open the VLC media player and drag the ISO file to the VLC menu. Double click to start playing.
3.Run the DVD Player, choose FILE > OPEN DVD Media, select you ISO file, and that is OK!
4.Just recur to Front Row to play your ISO Image:
Put ISO file into a folder with a movies name, and then put this folder into the Movies Folder. Now you can play ISO Image with Front Row of your Mac.
Now you can enjoy your ISO Image on Mac OS X ( including Snow Leopard)!
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