How to Convert DVD to ISO Format file in few clicks

If you are thinking about how to backup your favorite DVD onto hard drive, or have kept looking for a good program to solve this but not found one, do not miss BDlot DVD ISO Master, then! I tried different similar DVD backup software, but none could impress me like BDlot DVD ISO Master.

BDlot DVD ISO Master is a freeware of two functions: convert DVD to ISO and Write ISO to physical DVD. I gave a try on it to save one of my DVD to ISO file. It ran smooth and fast, no error occurred like that I encountered on other software. If you want to back up your own DVD using this freeware, you just need to follow the simple steps:

 

  1. Download BDlot DVD ISO Master and install on your computer.
  2. Insert the DVD you want to backup into your Hard drive, and run the BDlot DVD ISO Master software.
  3. Choose the destination of output ISO file by clicking “Save as” on the top of the interface; DVD protections allows you to check and remove.
  4. Hit the “Run” button to start the converting process.
  5. Wait till the conversion to be finished.BDlot DVD ISO Master has simple but clean interface. It’s easy to use and operate. According to the official website www.bdlot.com, this freeware has nice features:
    1. Support all types of DVD discs including DVD-ROM, DVD-RAM, DVD+/-R, DVD+/-RW, and DVD+/-DL.
    2. Able to removing DVD all known restrictions such as Region Code, CSS, CPRM, CPPM, APS, UOPs, ARccOS, Rip-Guard, and Disney X protection.
    3. Keep original DVD video and audio quality in the output ISO file.
    4. Burn any ISO file to DVD disc and maintain normal and integrative date in the meantime.
    5. Compatible with all Windows operating systems.

How to burn an iso file in mac

So you downloaded an .iso or .dmg file, and now you want to burn it to CD or DVD on your Mac. Fear not! No extra software is required.

The delightfully useful Disk Utility built into OS X can burn disk images to optical media in a few easy steps. Read on for how to go about burning your new disc.

Windows users: You should check out the free ISO Recorder for similar functionality.

Launch Disk Utility (Applications > Utilities).
Insert your blank DVD or CD.
Drag and drop your .dmg or .iso file to the left pane in Disk Utility. Now both the blank disk and the .iso/.dmg should be listed.
Select the .iso/.dmg file you want to burn to disc, and click on the Burn button. A dialog box confirming the destination (your blank CD/DVD) will appear.

Sit back and wait while your new disc gets written!
All discs burned on the Mac work across platforms; you’ll notice in the screenshot that I’m burning the Ophcrack Live CD, which is obviously for use on Windows. This is a great way to back up software installation .dmg’s to optical disk to free up space on your Mac’s hard drive.