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DVD Imager for Mac

DVD Imager can be used to make a burnable DVD video image file from a DVD video disk that you have made using iDVD or other means. Mac OS X 10.2 is required. Just drop any VIDEO_TS folder onto its icon, click Create, and choose the location where you want the image saved. Destination should be on a local volume. DVD Imager will prompt you to name the image volume, then it will create the disk image and quit. If you have a DVD burner, you should then be able to create a new DVD disk from the image you made with DVD Imager using the Burn Image command in Disk Copy. DVD Imager doesn't have the ability to defeat commercial DVD video copy protection methods. DVD Imager is an Applescript Studio GUI wrapper for Jorg Schilling's mkisofs binary executable.

Software Information System Requirements
  • Mac OS X 10.2 or higher
  • 256MB RAM
File Size:1.95 MB

Usage of DVD Imager for Mac:
  1. Use iDVD or some other Video DVD tool to create
    A.) a VIDEO_TS folder with muxed video and audio encoded in MPEG2, or
    B.) a folder with VIDEO_TS and AUDIO_TS folders and additional files and folders.
  2. Launch DVD Imager
  3. If you chose option A, be sure that VIDEO_TS folder mode is selected. If you chose option B, be sure that Disk Copy Mode is selected.
  4. Drag the VIDEO_TS folder onto either the DVD Imager Dock icon or the DVD Imager window. If you chose Disk Copy Mode (option B), DVD Imager will use the AUDIO_TS folder and additional files and folders found in the same location (folder) as the VIDEO_TS folder.
  5. Click "Create Image"..
  6. Specify the location where you want the disk image to be placed (if this is the first time you've created a disk image with DVD Imager, or if a checkmark appears in "Prompt for New Location").
  7. Enter the name of the DVD using only capital letters and underscores. This is the name that computer users will see when they insert your Video DVD into their computer.
  8. Wait.

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