Do you still carry Data in DVDs?
Isn’t it safer to keep a copy of Data on your PC in case you misplace a DVD?
Suppose you have a library of DVDs and want to enjoy them on digital devices, such as smartphones or tablets. Apparently, digital devices like tablets don’t have driver disc to play DVD. And moreover, most people are enjoying movies and TV shows on stream media.
Is there any way to play your DVDs on stream media? Is playing DVD with a DVD player the only way to enjoy your DVDs?
Absolutely not. There’re lots of DVD ripping tools in the market to help rip your DVD collection to the digital video format.
Whether it’s a video of your wedding or your kid’s birthday, you can keep a copy of it in your PC and smartphone using a DVD ripper and share it with your friends and family anytime you want.
Step 1: Load DVD >
Step 2: Select Output Format
Step 3: Get Start to complete the DVD backup process.
- Rip DVD to any video (computer, phone, tablet, TV, handset, etc.)
- Fastest conversion speed
- Intelligently detects the main title for DVD movie and TV show
- Perfect balance in compression ratio, file size, and output quality
- Extract soundtrack out of DVD (TV show, film, music DVD, tutorial DVD)
- Built-in editor to add/remove subtitles
- Download the Software from here
- Install and launch the setup file you downloaded. Follow the instructions.
- Once its installed, insert a movie DVD into your DVD-ROM drive
- Select a DVD source from your DVD Disc, ISO Image or DVD Folder to import your movie
- Click on the Output Profile on the right hand and choose the format you like (Note: You can also set the bitrate, resolution, audio sample rate, aspect ratio and video volume and much more.)
- Choose your destination folder and press “RUN” button to start to rip DVD
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