AnyToISO
AnyToISO
3.9.5

4.2

AnyToISO free download for Mac

AnyToISO

3.9.5
04 October 2019

Create ISO images from various file types.

Overview

AnyToISO is the ultimate ISO creator for Windows and Mac. Create ISO's from almost anything, including all CD/DVD image formats popular on Internet, CD/DVD/Blue-ray disks, or simply from a local folder. Complete command-line support.

Note: the Lite version is totally free but cannot use files larger than the size of a regular CD (870 MB).

What's new in AnyToISO

Version 3.9.5:
New:
  • Extract GPT .img files
Improved:
  • The app is now notarized for the upcoming macOS 10.15 Catalina release
  • Support of Little Snitch Internet Access Policy
  • Translations update
Fixed:
  • Extraction of FAT32 .img files

22 AnyToISO Reviews

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crystalidea
10 March 2009

Most helpful

Probably the most functional piece of software of that kind. When you download a CD/DVD image in an unknown format, there's no more need to search and buy expensive commercial software that supports this format. AnyToISO handle all most popular formats.
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Version 2.1
dops135
21 February 2018
not useful due to size limit, trash
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Version 3.8.2
Xenophile
31 December 2014
It just works. This app is essential for anyone who works with ISO images and dislikes using the terminal. For some bizzare reason Apple prefers not to let users create ISO images within the GUI. Some people claim a DVD/CD master image format is the same as an ISO image, but this is not true since such images use an HFS+ file system instead of the DVD standard UDF Bridge file system. Thus a DVD/CD master image will work on a Mac, but it will not play on a DVD player or open on a Windows machine. I believe the price is rather steep but the developer is established on Windows as well as OS X so the app is likely to be around for many years.
Like (1)
Version 3.6.2
Sanchai
23 November 2014
The newest 3.6.2 is an incomplete update and need fix. After update, when I click on AnytoISO in Applications folder, it still show version as 3.6.1. And this caused Macuodate to show false alarm. But when I open the app and click About it show version as 3.6.2. Also, Check for update show that I have the latest version. Not only that, when I start the app, the app window show that I am running a Oro version, but when I click on About, it show I am running a Lite Vespasian. I tried to renter name and kept, the app accept it but the Abiyputvstill show I am running Lite version. Fix this immediately. I have notified the dev about these annoying problem. Hope it will bevfipxed soon
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Version 3.6.2
1 answer(s)
crystalidea
crystalidea
23 November 2014
Thank you, both issues are fixed.
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lurkingremlin
10 August 2014
http://superuser.com/questions/85987/mac-os-x-best-way-to-make-an-iso-from-a-cd-or-dvd does it for free.
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Version 3.6.1
izeta
07 April 2013
Disk Utility was failing on me in the MAC to create an ISO file, showing an input/output error. So I gave this a try and it worked out great! Thanks.
Like (1)
Version 3.4.2
Gitte79
20 April 2012
It does not support VOB and this is not free! The lite version is too crippled.
Like (5)
Version 3.3.1
1 answer(s)
crystalidea
crystalidea
25 April 2012
VOB files support is not declated. Lite version is free
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Aaronk
15 April 2012
Works great! So simple. Just open the app and point it to your disk you want to create an ISO from. Awesome. Thanks, CrystalIDEA!!!
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Version 3.3
Zarathoustra
19 March 2012
Wonderful app ! It was very helpful to convert a rogue IMG from CloneCD to ISO. Mac OS was unable to handle it.
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Version 3.3
DelportF
23 January 2012
Great to burn many formats to ISO. Why isn't Apple including this as default?
Like (3)
Version 3.3
1 answer(s)
Jeronimo2000
Jeronimo2000
05 January 2013
Well, they are. Check out Disk Utility (under Applications/Utilities), it has an "Images" menu item where you can convert images. Although they don't label it properly, if you choose 'DVD/CD Master' as image format, it will give you an ISO image. You just need to change the extension from .cdr to .iso.
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Samuel222
15 September 2011
I need to convert DVD (VOB) files into ISO, so that my media player can play it on my TV. I tried this app, but, it says my file is too big (actually, a standard VOB file), and I have to purchase full version of this app. Instead, I downloaded a REALLY FRRE app at http://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/33173/jisox which is a compact, and VERY FAST program. (It does not look nice, but what the hack).
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Version 3.2
$22.95

4.2

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • macOS 10.12.0 or later
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