For Mac users, this guide will show you how to rip and convert your DVD to all other video and audio formats for all the portable players. The output formats mainly include: MP4, AVI, MOV, FLV, WMV, MKV, 3GP, 3G2, MPG, MP3, AAC, M4A, OGG, RA, RAM, RMVB, etc.
Part 1: How to rip and edit DVD with a profession Mac DVD Ripper
Step 0: Download and install DVD Ripper for Mac
Step 1: Load your DVD
Step 2: Choose the output format and set the exact parameters
Click “Profile” drop down arrow to choose the output format you want.
Click “Settings” to set the exact video and audio parameters to fit for your player.
Step 3: Click “Start” button to begin the conversion
Wait a short moment, the conversion will be finished soon.
More editing functions:
1. Set audio track and subtitles for your converted video
“Audio Track” and “Subtitle” are under the preview window
2. Get any time-length video clips
Click “Trim” button to open the trim window, you can set the exact begin and end time for your clips or just drag the slider bar.
3. Adjust the video play region
Click “Crop” to open the crop window to crop off the black edges around your video or adjust any video play region. You can also set the video play ratio when playing on player: keep original, full screen, 16:9, 4:3.
4. Set the video effect
Click “Effect” to adjust the video Brightness, Contrast, Saturation and Volume for you to get the perfect playing effect.
5. Join several chapters of your DVD into one file
Select the chapters that you want to join, and then pick “Merge into one file”. After conversion, these chapters will be saved into one file.