How to burn ISO disc image file in Apple Mac OS X

About ISO image file

ISO image is an archive file (disk image) of optical disk (CD, DVD, Blu-Ray) using ISO (International Organization for Standardization) format. ISO image is unattached format, that merges series of files into one single file according to a definite format. ISO images typically use .ISO file extension, but on the Mac you can find ISO images with .CDR file extension. The name ISO is taken from the ISO 9660 file system used with CD-ROM media.

How to burn ISO

To burn ISO image in Mac OS X, you can use Apple Disk Utility.

  1. Start Apple Disk Utility (Applications → Utilities → Disk Utility).Apple Disk Utility
  2. Select FileOpen Disk Image... option.

    Apple Disk Utility File Menu

  3. Select the ISO image, that you want to burn on an optical disc.Apple Disk Utility Open ISO Image
  4. Insert optical disc to your disc burner and select Burn option in the toolbar.

    Apple Disk Utility Burn Menu

  5. Click on Burn option and the ISO image will be burned on your optical disc.

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Apple Disk Utility    Apple macOS / Mac OS X platform
A disk mounting utility from Mac

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Mac OS X    Apple macOS / Mac OS X platform
Unix-based operating system for Apple Mac computers


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Related file extensions

cdr - Apple Final Cut Pro CD or DVD master image

iso - CD/DVD/HD DVD/Blu-ray disc ISO binary image

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