How to Play ISO file on Mac for Free ?

September 8, 2009 at 7:02 am Leave a comment

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If we own some ISO Files downloaded from internet or saved in the hard disk, and we want to play them directly on mac, how does it finish? There are severnal methods to play ISO image on Mac for free.

1. Free Play ISO with Apple DVD Player
To play a movie that is saved in ISO file format on Mac OS X, start the built-in DVD Player (find it in the Applications Folder, and it won’t be on the Dock at the bottom of your screen by default).

Then in Finder (or on your Desktop) double click the ISO file to “mount” the ISO movie file. Apple DVD Player will automatically recognize that a movie DVD has been loaded and will start playing the movie immediately.

2. Free Play With VLC Player
Anther, you also can use “VLC” player to play the ISO file on Mac. Just open the VLC media player and drag the ISO file to the VLC menu. Double click to start playing.

With these methods you can play ISO Files on your Mac, most of all, you can play DVD Movies which saved as ISO files on the newest Mac OS Snow Leopard.

3. Front Row
Now we have to recur the Front Row to play ISO image. Put ISO file into a folder with a movies name, and then put this folder into the Movies Folder. Now you can play ISO Image with Front Row of your Mac.


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