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Converting Dvd Studio Pro 4 Files To An .iso File


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For many years I have used Amazon's CreateSpace.com to replicate and sell DVDs authored on DVD Studio Pro 4. In the past, I sent them the finished DVD burned from DVDSP and they made a master from that - Worked great.

Recently CreateSpace changed from taking the clients physical disk to requiring an ".ISO file". I have been able to convert the content of my DVD to an ISO file the Mac's File Utility, but it loses all of the menu and navigation information.

 

Will Toast 14 on Mac (I have just ordered it) do this conversion to an .ISO file and contain all the authoring info as well as the movie file? Advice most welcome - this seems to be a common problem without a clear answer on the many sites I have explored and CreateSpace is of little help - they say - "You should be able to find a conversion program with a Google search".

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In the past, one could simply rename a .toast DVD disc image file to .iso, and all applications that deal with .iso files could read that. I suppose that still holds true for Toast v14.

NB: This doesn't work for *all* .toast disc image files, as compatibility also depends on file system and content, but it should work for DVD disc images (UDF file system with VIDEO_TS etc.).

A replication house might have more strict rules for .iso files, so do test it before depending on it.

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