Hi all, This is my first time posting here, I'm not really a Mac guy, and I already searched through the forums and couldn't decipher the information I need. Please forgive me if this question has already been asked and answered elsewhere. I'm trying to help a friend out with playing DVD images (.cdr, .dmg, etc) on his Mac using a video player (he currently uses VLC). So far he has just been opening the image and playing the .VOB files, which can be frustrating because you don't have access to menus, have to open each .VOB file manually, etc. He also does training on his Mac so it kind of looks unprofessional. Being a Windows person (please be nice), I am accustomed to using DVD Shrink to create an ISO, MagicDisc or Daemon Tools to mount the ISO file as a drive letter in Windows, and then using Media Player, etc. to play the DVD as if it was on a disc. With a Mac the process might be easier or harder, I don't know. Once he has the .cdr or .dmg file saved to the hard drive (i.e. using Disk Utilities http://www.kenstone.net/fcp_homepage/making_dvd_copies.html), is there a way to play the DVD (in it's original state, with menus, etc.) from an image stored on the HD? I've read about the numerous different programs, some free, some not, but I'm not sure if they are that straight forward. Another frustrating part of it is that I don't have a Mac to really test things out. My friend isn't very computer savvy, so if there's something out there that isn't too difficult that would help. I appreciate any help or suggestions. Thanks.