• Mac computer with an Intel processor (1 GHz or faster)
• Mac OS X 10.5 or later
• 512 MB of RAM or above
• Burning ISOs requires an Apple SuperDrive or compatible third-party ISO burner.
How to use ISO Creator for Mac?
Step 1. Free download and install this ISO Creator for Mac and then run it .
Step 2. After you select a video type, the main interface will appear, take .ISO as source file type for example.
Step 2:Adding or Deleting Files
In the main interface, you can drag video files to the program directly or click the button in the top-left corner of the main interface to add them.
To delete a video file, click the button in the top-left corner of the main interface.
Step 3: Output Settings
ISO Creator for Mac allows you to select a menu style that you want to output on your ISO files. Check Thumbnail or Name List for the output menu style. You can also check No Menu option to output your ISO without menus.
Step 4: Editing Videos
When you highlight a video in the source list, a Edit... button will appear. You can do small editing for your videos by clicking Edit....
In the Edit window, you can pause the video, flip the video vertically and horizontally by clicking the two buttons as following.
The Edit window also allows you to trim your video, so that you can capture your favorite video clips and burn it to ISO. There are three ways for you to capture a clip from the current file.
1. Drag the Trim Begin slider to look for the start time directly. The start time will be shown in the Start Time box at the bottom of the window.
Drag the Trim End slider to look for the end time directly. The end time will be shown in the End Time box at the bottom of the window.
2. You can also capture your favorite clip by input time in the Start Time and End Time boxes directly.
The final length can be found at Trimmed Length. Click Done when you finish the settings.
Step 5. Saving ISO Files
After all setting jobs are done, you can save videos in your hard disk by clicking button.
Then a window will pop up for you to do the output settings.
Save As: Type a name for your output file.
Where: Specify a directory where you want to output the file.
Export As: Check ISO option that you want to output.
TV Standard: Select the TV standard you want to create your ISO files. You should check what TV standard the country in which you are uses before the selection.
NSTC: The video standard used in Japan, North America, etc. The resolution is 720*480 and the frame rate is 29.97 fps.
PAL: The video standard used in countries or regions in Europe. The resolution is 720*576 and the frame rate is 25 fps.
Aspect Ratio: Select an aspect ratio for the output ISO file.
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