How to create an ISO file on a Mac

This video will show you how to create an ISO file on a Mac.

An ISO file is the Windows equivalent to the cdr file created by MAC systems.

Creating an ISO file on a MAC is a two step process. The following steps, outlined in the video, will guide you through the both steps of the process.

Creating the cdr file

Step 1: Insert the DVD

Step 2: Select Go / Utilities at the top of the window

create an ISO file on a MAC

Step 3: Open ‘Disk Utility’

Step 4: Click on Windows 8 DVD drive on the left of the window

create an ISO file on a MAC

Step 5: Click on ‘New Image’ at the top of the window

Step 6: Change the following;

  • ‘Image Format’ to DVD/CD Master
  • ‘Save As’ to desired output filename
  • ‘Where’ to desired destination for output file

create an ISO file on a MAC

Step 7: Click the ‘Save’ button on the bottom right of the window

create an ISO file on a MAC

The following steps will guide you through converting the completed cdr file to an ISO file.

Creating the ISO file on a MAC system

Step 1: Go to ‘Finder’ and type in terminal at the top of the window

create an ISO file on a MAC

Note: the following will require administration rights to complete.

Step 2: Type cd desktop and hit Return

Step 3: Type or copy/paste the following command *

hdiutil makehybrid -iso -joliet -o [filename].iso [filename].cdr

*Note: you will need to change both occurrences of [filename]. The first is the output filename, the second is the filename of the cdr file you just created.

create an ISO file on a MAC

Once the process in the terminal window is complete, simply click on the ISO file in your chosen location to view the contents.

 

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