About ImageBurnerImageBurner is a front-end for the MacOS X "hdiutil" command-line tool. It allows you to easily burn disk images (such as ISOs) to CD-ROM or DVD-ROM using drag-and-drop, without messing with the command line or having to purchase Toast. There's nothing you can do in ImageBurner that you can't do in Apple's Disk Utility, but ImageBurner provides a simpler interface.
What's new in version 3.0
- Now a 64-bit application, and requires macOS 10.10 or higher
- Notarized for macOS 10.15 Catalina
- Supports erase before burn
System requirementsImageBurner 3.0 was compiled and tested on macOS 10.14.6, and requires macOS 10.10 or higher.
Image format supportCurrently, ImageBurner supports .dmg, .img, .iso, .cdr, .sparseimage and .toast files.
Installation instructionsTo install ImageBurner, download and mount the disk image. Drag the ImageBurner application to a suitable location on your hard drive (such as the Applications folder).
Using ImageBurnerTo burn an image file to disc, just drag the image to the ImageBurner icon (or, if ImageBurner is already running, into the ImageBurner window). You'll be prompted to insert a blank disc, and after you do so the burn will start.
Caution! If a writable disc is already in the optical drive when you give an image to ImageBurner, it will automatically be used. This is just the way the hdiutil tool works.
FeedbackYou can mail me at the address below with feedback, suggestions or bug reports about ImageBurner. Because I have a regular job, and write software in my spare time, please don't be offended if I don't reply.
Downloadsversion 3.0 (1.7M) (posted 13 October, 2019)
version 2.0 (210K) (posted 28 May, 2006)
version 1.1 (160K) (posted 17 March, 2005)
version 1.01 (160K) (posted 18 January, 2005)
version 1.0 (220K) (posted 9 January, 2005)
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