Burn Image to CD or DVD with Disk Utility

Created: Monday, August 1, 2011, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 5:00 am

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You really don’t need a separate CD or DVD burning application on your Mac OS X, especially if you want to do something as simple as burning an image to a CD or DVD. Mac OS X’s Disk Utility is all you need:

  1. Minimize all your application windows and click an empty area of your desktop. Click the Go | Utilities menu option. In the resultant Finder window, click the Disk Utility icon to launch the program. You will see the interface shown in Figure 1.

    Mac OS X Disk Utility
    Figure 1: Disk Utility

  2. Click the Burn button on the toolbar. This will bring up the Select Image to Burn dialog. Navigate and select a DMG or other image format that Disk Utility can work with. Select the Burn button.
  3. Disk Utility will ask you to insert a blank disc, as shown in Figure 2. Insert a disc, and in a while, your image will be burnt to a disc.
    Mac OS X Insert a disc
    Figure 2: Insert a disc

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