Getting ISO files into iTunes Library for Syncing

Published on by Chris King

This article shows you the easy way to convert ISO to iTunes-friendly format so that you can add ISO files to iTunes for syncing with iPad, iPhone, iPod or Apple TV with ease.


DVD owners often create ISO image files by means of DVD ripping/disk imaging/DVD copying authoring software for more convenient DVD content storing and transmission, especially through the Internet like Microsoft has its users free upgrade to Windows 10 by downloaing Windows 10 ISO image file online. As to ISO image playback on your Windows or Mac OS X PC, you must utilize some specified players like VLC and 5KPlayer. If you've some ISO image files and want to add them into iTunes library for syncing with your iDevices, you'll need to some work in advance. I mean you'll need to covnert ISO to iTunes compatible video format first since iTunes only supports MP4, MOV and M4V formats.

To convert ISO to iTunes quickly and easily, Brorsoft DVD Ripper is highly recommended. The program can easily handle DVD ISO files as well as commercial/homemade DVD discs, IFO files, DVD Folders. With it, you can easily convert ISO to iTunes compatible video formats with fast encoding speed and excellent output video quality. The most important point, the program supplies optimized presets for almost all Apple devices including the the latest iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus, iPad Pro, iPad Mini 4, 4th generation Apple TV as well as the models of older iOS devices.

The process is straightforward. After downloding, follow the wizard to install and run the program. If you're using a Mac, simply turn to the Mac version here. Now just follow the steps below to learn how to convert ISO files to add videos to iTunes library.

How to convert and Import ISO files to iTunes library

Step 1. Add ISO image files

Run the program and click "Load DVD" button to add the ISO files. As you can see, you can also load DVD Folders and IFO files to rip. All added files can be previewed on the right viewing window and you are free to adjust the video volume and take snapshots of your favorite movie scenes.


Step 2. Select the output format and output folder

If you do not have a ready folder, create one where you can easily locate it. The video formats available are M4V, MP4 or MOV. You can select one of them from "Common Video" category.


If you want to sync the converted video to a specific devices like iPhone 6S, iPad Pro, iPad Mini, iPod, or Apple TV, you can choose your device model from an array of device-specific profiles.


Step 3. Start converting ISO to iTunes formats

After selecting your desired format and the destination file you can opt to make changes or settings and if you are OK with the way the format is click the "Convert" button to initiate the conversion.

When the conversion is done, please open iTunes on your Windows computer. Then click "File" menu on the left side of iTunes toolbar, and choose the "Add File to Library" option. After that, open the output folder that contains the videos to select the file and click "Open". Now you can get ISO file imported to iTunes successfully.

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