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Compiling ISO's and playing them


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Hello all.

I'm new to this forum and macs in general.

I basically used two good tools on PC before I converted to Mac to work with DVD's i get from my director friend (all his own stuff - no movie ripping)

the first one was a burning tool which could burn DVD folders direct to DVD and ISO. I only ever used the ISO's as the were easier to manage and burn if needed. For this is used DVD Shrink.

The second piece of software basically created a virtual CD/DVD drive on the machine, to which you could mount any ISO image file and have it behave as though you had a disk in a drive. For this I used Daemon Tools.

Could anybody suggest any similar tools on the Mac side of things?
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