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Mac OS DVD Burning Software

I'd like to burn some DVDs, but the software that comes with the Mac to do this isn't up to scratch.

I haven't been able to find any so far.

Do you know of any DVD burning software for the Mac?

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marked as duplicate by quack quixote, random, Josh K, Troggy Mar 24 '10 at 11:12

This question has been asked before and already has an answer. If those answers do not fully address your question, please ask a new question.

It's not a duplicate - I want to know how to use Disk Utility to create an ISO DVD. I don't want to know an alternative for Nero and I don't want to buy Toast (before I bought a mac folks kept telling me "It has all the software you need built in!") I want to know how to use the 'built in' facility to create a globally accepted standard DVD. – adolf garlic Apr 3 '10 at 18:42
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I'm a big fan of Burn, which is free and open source, and does the few burning tasks that I need to do beyond what I can do with Finder's Burn Folders.

If you are prepared to pay money, Disco (19.95 USD) is pretty good. Back in the day I used Roxio Toast which is still around, but seems unnecessarily expensive compared to Burn and Disco.

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We use LiquidCD where I work as a free alternative to Toast (which is by far the best for the Mac but costs money).

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Toast is the King, but it costs money. I gave up with the built in Mac burning software as well. It depends what you want to do, if its films you want to copy then use Fairmount to defeat the security and Toast to copy the VIDEO_TS folder.

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