UltraViolet, take note: the DVD version of Disney's hit offers multiple digital options and a painless download process.
Ever wanted to watch a movie but didn't want to bring the DVDs with you on a trip? If you convert your DVDs into movie files, you could easily store your collection and access them anytime on your computer. (Sponsored post.)
Ready to make DVDs for the holidays? A little know-how and some help from Automator makes it easier to do with iMovie 10.
The game: You rip movies on one Mac but want to add them to another Mac's iTunes library. Chris Breen provides an easy-does-it solution.
iTunes is great at lots of things on its own. But here are several tools to make using it even better.
Want to liberate the movies in your DVD collection from their plastic-and-metal prisons, so you can enjoy them on your iPhone, iPod, iPad, and Apple TV? Here's how.
You have the contents of a ripped DVD and see an empty AUDIO_TS folder. Do you need it? Chris Breen explains.
There may be occasions when HandBrake will up and quit rather than rip the DVD you've requested it to. Chris Breen suggests a cure.
You're faced with an older Mac with a broken media drive, now DVD drive of your own, and only a disk image of the Snow Leopard installer. How do you proceed? Chris Breen shows the way.
A DVD (and increasingly, a high-definition Blu-ray disc) is still a near-universal way to share your photos and videos as a holiday gift. Here's how.