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encode DVD to WMV Mac

Let’s say you have a liking for the good compression and quality of the Windows Media Video (WMV) format, and are seeking a Mac DVD to WMV ripping/converting application to compress your DVDs to WMVs onto your Mac hard drive so that you can stream the DVD contents on the internet (like YouTube, Facebook etc.) or redistribute the DVD contents to multimedia devices that support WMV format. Here I recommend you the iSkysoft DVD Ripper for Mac for converting DVD to WMV. This program is safe, fast and can preserve too much quality loss in the compressing process. Source: http://dvdrippings oftwares.org/dvdti ps/dvd-to-wmv-mac. html  (Apr 16, 2012 | post #1)

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Compress DVDs to Xvid files On Mac OS X

Why convert DVD to Xvid? Xvid is a free, open source codec developed by the computer programmers from all over the world. It has excellent compression feature. For example, the general DVD’s capacity is 5GB, but after encoded by Xvid the size will be only 650 MB, one-eight as large as the original size but the image quality is evenly match with the original. So many organization and individuals use it to make thousands of the newest DVDRips with high video quality and put them to the internet. Source: http://dvdrippings oftwares.org/dvdti ps/dvd-to-xvid-mac .html  (Apr 14, 2012 | post #1)

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DVD to MP3 on MAc

As we know, the DVD’s multichannel audio adopt the DTS or AC3 format. The Bit Rate of AC3 is 448kbps, and the DTS’s Bit Rate even reaches 1536kbps. All these make the DVD audio more realistic and rich. Let’s say you are a Mac user and dead keen on a sound in some DVD episodes, so you want to extract the audio from the DVD-V for iTunes, iPhone, iPod or other MP3 players. Here i will explain you two ways to rip the audio data (DTC/AC3) on a DVD to a MP3 containing all 6 surround tracks on Mac OS X. Source: http://dvdrippings oftwares.org/dvdti ps/dvd-to-mp3-mac. html  (Apr 13, 2012 | post #1)

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Mac VOB Player

Many Mac users use the native DVD player application to watch DVD movies in Mac OS X. But when they try to use the DVD player to open the .VOB extension video files which they ripped from a DVD, the names are grey out in the file selector window. This is because DVD player can’t play VOB files if you damage the original DVD folders. Then, how to play the separate VOB files on Mac? Source: http://dvdrippings oftwares.org/dvdti ps/playing-vob-for -mac.html  (Apr 12, 2012 | post #1)

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How to rip DVDs on Mac OS X Lion

Using Mac OS X Lion and want to rip DVD on Mac OS X Lion so that you can backup your DVD collections to hard drive, copy the DVDrips to a blank disc or redistribute DVD movies onto multimedia devices like iPod, iPad, iPhone, Apple TV etc. What you need is a good Mac OS X Lion DVD Ripper/Converter that can do the job efficiently. But how to find the good one? Our usual practice is to make a Google search with keywords like “DVD Ripper for Mac OS X Lion” to get a list of results, then download the programs and test them with a DVD one by one. Below are four criteria to evaluate a DVD Ripper for Lion: Source: http://dvdrippings oftwares.org/dvdti ps/dvd-ripper-for- mac-os-x-lion.html  (Apr 11, 2012 | post #1)

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How to Watch DVD on QuickTime Mac

We usually use DVD player application to play DVDs on Mac OS X. However, some Mac user’s DVD Player application will probably stop functioning since upgrading operation system, so they want to know if the QuickTime player, another Mac media playing application and mainly used to play the MOV, MP4, AVI video files, is an alternative to DVD player application. Below are three questions they asked frequently: Source: http://dvdrippings oftwares.org/dvdti ps/dvd-to-quicktim e-mac.html  (Apr 10, 2012 | post #1)

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Convert Video_TS on Mac

Let’s say you have a VIDEO_TS folder downloaded from internet or ripped off a commercial DVD on your Mac hard drive, and wish to edit the Video_TS file in iMovie, or sync the Video_TS file to iPad, iPod, iPhone etc. for watching, but the Mac video editing software or the portable media devices do not read them. The following article is going to explain how you can convert a Video_TS folder to a single AVI file, MP4 file, MOV file or other file that is accepted by iMovie, Final Cut Pro, iPod, iPad, iPhone, PSP etc. on your Mac. Source: http://dvdrippings oftwares.org/dvdti ps/mac-video-ts-co nverter.html  (Apr 8, 2012 | post #1)

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Transfer DVD to iPod Classic Mac

This article will teach you how to rip DVDs to iPod Classic on Mac OS X. IPod Classics have smaller screens, but they have super-large storage space (160GB/120GB/80GB) so that you can put dozens of DVD movies to your iPod Classic for watching to kill time while travelling for long hours. Furthermore, you do not have to worry that your physical discs may be scratched or misplaced after copying movie DVDs to iPod Classic hard disk. Source: http://dvdrippings oftwares.org/dvdti ps/dvd-to-ipod-cla ssic-mac.html  (Apr 4, 2012 | post #1)

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Free DVD Audio Ripper Mac - Free extract audio from DVD o...

Your software is not free and costs a lot of time. And I have recently seen a related guide: DVD to avi http://dvdrippings oftwares.org/dvdti ps/dvd-to-avi-mac. html And it is really useful. I hate to be cheated!  (Apr 4, 2012 | post #17)

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DVD to H.264 Mac

What is H.264? And Why convert DVD to H.264? H.264 is a high performance video codec technology. The greatest advantages of H.264 is it has a very high data compression ratio, under the same image quality, the H.264’s data compression ratio is double the MPEG-2’s, 1.5 to 2.0 times the MPEG-4’s. For example, if the original video file's size is 88GB, the size will be 3.5GB using MPEG-2 to compress it. The compression ratio is 25 : 1. But if you use the H.264 compression standard to compress the video file, the result is 879MB. H.264's compression ratio reaches whopping 102 : 1. Notably, besides a high compression ratio, H.264 also has a high-quality smooth image. Source: http://dvdrippings oftwares.org/dvdti ps/dvd-to-h264-mac .html  (Apr 3, 2012 | post #1)

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save DVD to iTunes Mac

Apple wants you to purchase or rent movies through its iTunes store, but if you’ve already bought the recently hot movies like “Fast Five”, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallow” on DVDs, seems like you should rip/copy the movie DVDs to iTunes and not to buy them again from iTunes store. In this how-to guide, you’ll find out exactly how to import DVD movies to iTunes on Mac (Snow Leopard, Lion included), and it will be much easier than you may have imagined. Source: http://dvdrippings oftwares.org/dvdti ps/dvd-to-itunes-m ac.html  (Mar 30, 2012 | post #1)

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Edit DVD on iMovie Mac

iMovie is a decent video editing application from Apple, currently the latest version of iMovie is iMovie ’11. You can use this application to incorporate your video clips (including QuickTime movies, DV video, MPEG 4/MPEG 2/AVCHD video etc.), still images, and music together seamlessly and easily. Although iMovie ’11 supports the DVD movies (MPEG 2 encoder) now, there are still several issues when you import a DVD to iMovie on Mac OS X. For example, the DVD movies with big size often crash the iMovie when you load them to iMovie. In addition, you can’t transfer commercial DVDs with copy protection to iMovie for editing. Source: http://dvdrippings oftwares.org/dvdti ps/dvd-to-imovie.h tml  (Mar 30, 2012 | post #1)

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DVD to iPhone 3GS Mac

Among the many Smartphone in U.S., the iPhone from Apple is one of the most popular. According to the analysis report from IDC, the iPhone 4S (Release date: October 14, 2011) helps Apple return to the leading position again in the Smartphone market in Q4 2011. Also, the market research firm NPD said that the iPhone 3GS (Release date: June 19, 2009), iPhone 4 (Release date: June 24, 2010) are still most popular Smartphone in U.S. in 2011. Source: http://dvdrippings oftwares.org/dvdti ps/dvd-to-iphone-m ac.html  (Mar 28, 2012 | post #1)

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DVD to Final Cut Pro X

Final Cut Pro is a non-linear, non-destructive video editing software which supports a wide range of video formats including H.264 from GoPro/iFrame/ DSLR cameras, Canon XF MPEG-2, JVC-created XDCAM EX, HDV, DV, DVCAM, DVCPRO, DVCPRO 50, DVCPRO HD etc. The latest version is Final Cut Pro X (By the way, Apple recently released Final Cut Pro X 10.0.3 which provides several new features, advanced chroma keying, most notably multicam, XML 1.1 and a beta version of broadcast monitoring). Source:http://dvdr ippingsoftwares.or g/dvdtips/dvd-to-f cp.html  (Mar 27, 2012 | post #1)