Four Easy Steps of Ripping DVDs to Ma...

Four Easy Steps of Ripping DVDs to Mac iPhone iPad with Full Screen Playback

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Since: Aug 12

Chengdu, China

#1 Mar 18, 2013
For DVD followers, there is always a need for copying and ripping DVDs in the hope for either keeping the vulnerable DVD collections safe or making their DVDs more mobile and no longer a burden especially when they are on a vacation.
Luckily, the appearance of DVD ripping software is spot on. But Windows and Mac, the two most favored computer platforms, make you lost in a fork in the road. Generally, you have to either choose to rip DVDs on Windows or alter for ripping DVDs to Mac in order to be better compatible with your computer.
In view that the makings of DVD ripper for Windows has been upon the table, today, I’d like to share the best DVD ripper for Mac that is capable of both decrypting and ripping DVDs to Mac without any hassle, that is MacX DVD Ripper Pro. You may wonder why I claim this DVD ripper software for Mac the best. Well, don’t make a fuss. Read on, you will be utterly convinced.
In the first place, like its name suggests, MacX DVD Ripper Pro does well in terms of ripping DVDs on Mac computer in spite of copy protections encrypted on DVDs, such as CSS region code, Disney copy protection, Sony ArccOS protection, etc. In the second place, this Mac DVD ripper is also superior to other similar software in view to its great DVD ripping ability on Mac OS X computer. It entitles you to rip DVD to MP4, AVI, FLV, MOV, etc on Mac and offers optimized profiles for iPhone 5, iPad 4, iPad Mini, Surface, Kindle Fire HD, Google Nexus 7, HTC, PSP, etc. What’s more, optimal video quality and fast DVD ripping speed are also two rare and commendable elements of this DVD ripping software for Mac. Below is the step by step guide of ripping DVDs to Mac computer.
How to Copy and Rip DVDs on Mac with Ease
Prior to the following steps to convert and rip DVD on Mac computer, what you need to do is to download and install this DVD ripping software on Mac initially. It’s worth mentioning MacX DVD Ripper Pro is always synchronous with the newest technology. Ever since the new release of Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion, this program upgrades to be fully in line with this operating system and works perfectly in ripping DVDs to Mac Mountain Lion.
Step 1: Load DVD by Clicking "DVD Disc" or "DVD Path" button
Run this DVD ripper Mac OS X, import DVD by means of clicking "DVD Disc" button. Alternatively, you can import this disc by hitting "DVD Path".
Step 2: Choose Output Format.
Select the output format as you wish from the dropdown box, like DVD to MP4, DVD to iTunes, DVD to iPhone 5, DVD to iPad Mini, etc on Mac.
Step 3. Choose Output Folder
Click "Browse" button in output setting area and select a destination folder to save your converted video.
Step 4. Start Ripping
After finishing the above steps, start ripping DVDs on Mac OS X by clicking "RUN" button.
MacX DVD Ripper Pro also crowns in the field of DVD ripping software by furnishing unique DVD backup feature, enabling everybody to copy protected DVDs and rip DVD to Mac with lossless video quality in a few second.

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