An ISO image is an exact copy of the data on an optical disc, such as a CD, DVD, or Blu-ray Disc. There are many occasions when you would want to create an ISO image. for example, when you want to make several copies with the same contents you create an ISO image, when you modify a bootable CD, you create an ISO image, etc.
You can find many programs that are capable of creating and loading ISO images. And here, iFunia DVD Creator is introduced due to its implicity and GUI feature. Just add your video files, tell iFunia DVD Creator where to place and what to name the iso file, and push a button. Besides, it offers many gorgeous free DVD menus for better DVD authoring and the built-in editor enables you to edit videos to retouch them instantly!
Step 1. Load video files to the program
This Mac DVD Creator supports almost all types of video, be it downloaded from the Internet, recorded from camcorders, or created by iPod Touch and iPhone. Just add the videos you want to convert by drag&drop, The added videos will be displayed on the right in thumbnails. You can simply drag and drop to change video order and set video thumbnails for the DVD menu from video clips or frames.
Step 2. Edit and retouch video files
On the right panel of DVD Creator for Mac, double click a video you need to open the video edit window. You can crop, rotate, trim videos, etc. as you like and add watermarks and set some special video effects to make them look greater! For movies and TV films which are without subtitles or with subtitle in foreign language you can add you own subtitles to the DVD movie.
Step 3. Select a DVD menu
Under the “Menu” tab, you can choose a DVD menu. There are many free DVD menu template for your choices. Just find the one you like. You can also customize the DVD menu frames, buttons, and title names, etc. with your favorite ones to make the DVD menu more personalized. You can even choose a song to accompany the displayed menu.
Step 4. Preview and convert videos to ISO on Mac
After all the settings, preview the DVD project and click the “Burn” button to step into the video burning part, choose “ISO File” and hit “Ok” button to start to create ISO from video files.