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Discussion in 'Digital Video' started by Carl Abudephane, Feb 19, 2012.
Did you burn the .iso file to the DVD or it's contents?
Anyway, the right way would be to use disk utility: http://lifehacker.com/251758/mac-tip--how-to-burn-an-iso-or-dmg-file-to-disc
Here's a video. The video is using a linux .iso. But of course this goes for any .iso.
Also, how big is the .iso file? Are you burning it to a DVD or a Dual layer DVD?
It sounds like you have created a data DVD with an .mkv file. There are DVD players that play data DVDs, but I am aware of none that play .mkv. The DivX format is popular for data DVDs. Media DVDs store content in the MPEG-2 format. Both Roxio Toast 11 Titanium and Toast 11 Pro support .mkv. My guess is that you are not taking the step to convert your .mkv prior to burning. Everything should be doable within Toast.
You might want to try converting them to Quicktime(.mov) and then you can just use iDVD to make your dvd.