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With the September 2010 launch of JPFO's new film "No Guns for Jews", we are bringing you the option to be able to download a large .iso (image) file, (as well as other formats and depending on your connection speed). The benefit from this is that with suitable software, high quality DVD copies can be burned and so enable (for non commercial use) the wider distribution of this important film. At a later date we may manage to offer image files for "No Guns for Negroes" and "2A Today for the USA", so quality DVD's of those can be made. To find about about options for downloading the very large files, check out this page.
The process is relatively straightforward and manageable by many but we do not necessarily suggest undertaking this if you are totally unfamiliar or uncertain. That said a friendly “computer geek” could well help you out!
An example of a free application worth considering is "Active@ ISO Burner 2.1". It is a simple-to-use dialog-style software to burn CD/DVD/Blue Ray ISO images compatible with the ISO 9660 standard. Automated burning is also supported, which is most helpful if settings are not well understood. There are many other applications out there and those who might consider burning their own DVD's from our image file may well have something installed already. A few other examples are ...... "NTI Media Maker", "Ashampoo Burning Studio", "Need4DVDBurner" etc.
The two standards for DVD are R plus and R minus — these days most burners will handle either, and it is worthwhile to use good quality media. Much further information on DVD and CD burning can be found via a web search.
Thumbnail images below can be clicked on to expand for larger size.
This freeware application allows you to burn an ISO image to CD, DVD, and Blu-ray Disc blanks. Click here to download.
To burn a CD/DVD/Blue Ray ISO Image:
Burning options ....... Click the Options button (see first picture) to open the burner settings dialog. Default settings are shown in the image to right  : >>.
How to Burn .ISO in Mac OS X:
It’s an obvious hint for those who are using Mac from ages, but for someone who just migrated from Windows will Google a third party app like Nero or Power ISO to burn .ISO or Image files in Mac OS X Leopard, Snow Leopard. Mac OS X has a inbuilt Disk Utility created by Apple for performing disk-related tasks in Mac OS X. Disk Utility is able to create, convert, compress and encryption of disk images from a wide range of formats read by Disk Utility to .dmg or—for CD/DVD images—.cdr, which is identical to the .iso format. So if you ever need to burn a Image file or .ISO file then simply launch the DiskUtility and perform the following steps.
Burning an image file with Linux Ubuntu:
The procedure may differ slightly depending on which version of Ubuntu you are using.
1. Insert a blank CD into your burner. A 'CD/DVD Creator' or 'Choose Disc Type' window might pop up. Close this, as we will not be using it.
2. Look for the downloaded ISO image in the file browser.
3. Right click on the ISO image file and choose 'Write to Disc'.
4. Where it says 'Write disc to', you may have options such as 'File image' as well as your CD drive. Choose your CD drive. Your CD drive may show as something like 'BD-MLT UJ-210S'.
5. Select the write speed. If you are burning an Ubuntu Live CD (one that you may want to boot from), it is recommended that you write at the lowest possible speed.
More detailed technical instructions from the Ubuntu wiki