With Ultra HD TVs, Blu-ray players and on-demand streaming services, you’d have thought the DVD would be obsolete, yet the format remains hugely popular. New DVDs still fly off the shelves when a big movie or TV show hits the home market, while many of us have a huge collection of films and TV shows on DVD, which we want to keep. Yet while we don’t want to get rid of our old discs, we sometimes need a more convenient way to use them. Maybe we want to be able to watch them on an iPhone or an iPad, or stream them from our Mac or NAS drive to our Apple TV box or smart TV. Perhaps we just want a way to backup our DVDs for use in future, so that as discs get scratched or start to spoil we don’t lose our favorite films and programs.
Even on macOS, there are dozens of
free DVD ripper that can copy a DVD to hard drive or a standard format that your Mac, iPhone, iPad or Smart TV accepts, for example, Handbrake, MacTheRipper. However, these can be slow, hard to use and sometimes buggy, while few are capable of handling with DVD copy protections on commercial discs. Yet ripping DVDs really doesn’t have to be a hassle. In fact,
MacX DVD Ripper Pro makes it quick and easy.
MacX DVD Ripper Pro can rip DVDs to every major video file format, including the now-standard MP4, H.264, M4V, AVI and FLV. Don’t worry if you don’t know the ins and outs of the different formats, though; it has built-in presets to cover every Apple device, including the iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus and iPhone SE, not to mention the iPad Pro, Mini 4 and Air 2, plus every iPhone and iPad released before. The Apple TV won’t be a problem, either, while support extends to a huge range of Windows and Android devices. If you use a Mac but take a Samsung Galaxy S7 out on the road, you’ll still find a preset. The same goes for other Android phones and tablets, not to mention the Kindle Fire, the PS4 and the Xbox One.
MacX DVD Ripper Pro can rip DVDs to all popular video formats, including MP4, H.264, MOV, M4V, QT, AVI, MPEG, FLV etc. Don’t worry if you have no idea about the ins and outs of different formats. The
Mac DVD ripper takes in every Apple Android Windows devices as the built-in presets, covering iPhone 7/7 Plus, iPhone 6S/SE, iPad Pro, Mini 4, or every iPhone and iPad released before, still the Samsung Galaxy S7, Kindle Fire, PS4, Xbox One etc.
With all of the DVD movies you’ll be ripping and converting to iPhone iPad by MacX DVD Ripper Pro, you’re going to need some way to manage your music and video libraries for iPhone or iPad. That’s the idea behind
New encryption schemes stop many DVD rippers in their tracks, but MacX DVD Ripper Pro gets regular updates, enabling it to handle all types of discs like the new DVD releases, Disney 99-title DVDs, workout DVDs, TV series DVDs, and other damaged or unplayable DVDs. What’s more, it goes beyond just ripping. You can use the built-in editing tools to merge several titles into one longer file – ideal for TV box-sets or movies with a lot of brilliant bonus features – or you can trim and crop the video, removing, say, the end titles or cutting out the black bars in a widescreen film. You can even add external subtitles, so if there’s a foreign film without an official UK release, you may be able to download fan-made subtitles and add them to your video.
Best of all, MacX DVD Ripper Pro ranks No.1
fast DVD ripper for Mac compared to similar products in the market. With support for multi-core processors, Hyper-Threading and
Intel QSV hardware acceleration tech, it’s equipped to make the most of the Core i3, Core i5 and Core i7 processors you’ll find in the latest Macs and Macbooks, while getting great results from older machines as well. A full DVD can be ripped in 5 minutes only. Quality, meanwhile, remains as good as on the original DVD, thanks to the software’s superb High Quality Engine and Deinterlacing Acceleration that ensures you get a smooth, optimized video in a fraction of the time any rival ripper takes to do the job.
MacX DVD Ripper Pro makes all of this virtually childsplay, with a new, enhanced interface designed to reflect the new style of MacOS Sierra. In fact, you can
convert a DVD for use on an iPhone in just four simple steps.
1. Launch MacX DVD Ripper and insert your DVD into your DVD drive. Now click the DVD button in the top-left corner, select your disc from the drop-down menu and click OK.
2. The program will spend a few seconds analysing your disc, then give you a selection of preset output profiles to choose from. You can pick your iPhone from the range of Apple devices, opt for a popular file format like MP4 or choose a preset for your Android or Windows phone or tablet. Pick a category on the left then an option on the right, then click Done.
3. Now select the title you want to rip. By default, MacX DVD Ripper Pro will choose the main feature on a movie disc, but you can pick another title or click the Merge titles switch them select several titles to merge into one. Click edit to crop or trim the video to length. If you only want to grab a short sequence, there’s no need to rip the whole film.
4. Browse for or open a Destination folder on your Mac, then set your options in the bottom-right. Select High Quality and Deinterlacing to get the best results, or check Safe Mode if you ever find yourself struggling to rip an awkward disc. You can also select how many CPU cores to assign to ripping. You could, for instance, assign two cores of a quad-core processor to ripping and leave two free for browsing the Web or getting some work done. Otherwise, you could let MacX DVD Ripper Pro have all four cores and do its thing at a higher speed. Click the Run button, and the package goes to work. You’ll have your DVD ripped in no time.
MacX DVD Ripper Pro gets your DVDs copied and converted the easy way in no time at all. Given that now you can
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