There is a question I see popping on and on at forums but with no "good" answer. I've copied a DVD to my hard drive and it is about 6.6 GB. Is there any software that will help me to burn it into a 4.3 GB disk?
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Toast has worked well for me...
DVD Remaster has worked well for me in the past download. It also comes bundled with an application called Fairmount which will decrypt DVDs and mount them as a drive for making local copies, transcoding, or burning back to DVD.
Use Burn to burn your files on Mac OS X. It can also convert videos to formats, that a DVD-player can read.
Oh, and it's free... :)
If you mount the image file with Disk Utility, you should have a Burn option to do that.
Otherwise use this command:
hdiutil burn image.iso
Burn image to optical media in an attached burning device.
man hdiutil to see the documentation page, or
hdiutil burn -help for list of parameters.
To list all burning devices, run:
hdiutil burn -list.