Mac OS X comes with Disk Utility, which allows us to create disc images. Disk Utility is essential if you want to compress or password-lock disc images. On the other hand, Disk Utility is not very reliable because an error often occurs. So we can use an alternative application.
Thus, we’ve decided to talk about disc images in general under Mac environments. DMG and IMG are two file types that are typically used in Macs. And another file type used for disc images is ISO, which is mainly supported by Windows system. That being said, how do you convert DMG into ISO, or how do you make ISO disc images in Macs? Those are the questions that we want to answer in this video tutorial. Furthermore, we also want to introduce a relatively old but neat freeware title with which you can split a DMG disc image into several parts.