Mac OS DVD Burning Software
This seemed way easier on my PC. I would just pop a blank dvd in the drive, it asked what I wanted to do with it, to which I would respond, "burn dvd with nero" (paraphrasing), then I would pick "new" and just drag and drop the folders in there.
Mac appears to have "Disk Utility" which just requires that I 'choose an image' but then doesn't bother to detail:
- how to do this
- what the options mean
For example, if I choose the format "Mac OS Extended (Journaled)" is that ever going to be readable on a non Mac machine?
I want to create an ISO standard DVD as per the 'default' you'd get on nero.
All the stuff on the web points to doing things with 'Terminal' (the whole point of buying a Mac was to get away from command line jiggery pokery - I'm trying to burn some photos not land a friggin lunar module here!)
Please, if you can just provide some simple instructions on what I need to achive this I'd be extremely grateful.
I want to backup some files to a dvd, it appears I can do this with 'Disk Utility' with an image, but I don't understand how to create the image or indeed the implications of the different options that are available. (Why is there no help in the app?)