Convert DVD on Windows 10 or Mac Yosemite like A-B-C

John Salley

Nov 03, 2014 05:40 am / Posted by John Salley

Microsoft has announced their latest addition to the Windows operating system- Windows 10, and Apple is following close behind them with their release of OS X 10.10 Yosemite. Both of them will bring us some pretty new features and will likely be welcomed with open arms.

rip DVDs on Windows 10 or Mac Yosemite

However, every coin has two sides. If you are fond of DVD movies and want to rip DVD on Windows 10 or Mac Yosemite, for most part, you will get nothing but fail miserably, for you know, the ordinary DVD rippers are incompatible with Windows 10/Mac OS X 10.10. Then it is an urgent need to get DVD native playback on Windows 10 or Mac Yosemite.

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Luckily, after testing, we found the top-ranking DVD ripper- Pavtube DVDAid/DVDAid for Mac will will go good with your new Windows and Mac OS without updating. With it, you can cater to your needs to rip DVD on Windows 10 or Mac Yosemite like A-B-C. Certainly, this fascinating DVD ripper for Windows 10/OS X 10.10 also impresses you at its thunder lighting speed and untouched high quality. So you can get your DVD ripped only in mins and with no quality loss.

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Ripping DVD on Windows 10 or Mac Yosemite Lightheartedly

A. Load DVD source

First, free download Pavtube DVDAid(Win/Mac), install and launch it. Click the “DVD” icon to load DVD movie from ROM, “ISO/IFO” icon to import movie from DVD ISO or IFO. The Windows 10/Yosemite DVD ripper will check and choose the main DVD title (always the longest) for you immediately.

Windows 10 DVD ripper

Optional - You can click on the dropdown list of “Subtitles” to select subtitles of desired language so that you can view DVD films on your Android devices with proper subtitles, same steps you can do with Audio track selection. Make sure you select the main movie before setting subtitles.

B. Choose output format

There are optimized format for iPad, iPhone, Surface tablet, Galaxy devices and more.

Basically the “Common Video -> H.264 Video (*.mp4)” is a universal format for Android/iOS/Windows tablets and smartphones. Or depends on your device, you can choose a suitable video format from “Android” or “iPad” or “iPhone” catalogue.

best playback format

Optional – If you think the video size this not suitable for your portable Tablet or Phone, you can first choose any one of the provided type, then change the settings, see the following picture:

H.264 MP4 Settings

Please remember the file size is based more on bitrate than resolution which means bitrate higher results in big file size, and lower visible quality loss.

C. Start DVD conversion process

Click the big “Convert” button to let the software do the DVD conversion on Windows 10 or Mac Yosemite. For any feature-length movie, it takes less than half an hour to complete the process, but it also depends on the configuration and situation of your computer, as well as the output format you choose.

After the ripping, you can click “Open” to locate the converted MP4 video files and just transfer them to your portable devices and enjoy your DVD movies. Also you are free to backup your Blu-ray discs on PC/Mac or play your Blu-ray ISO image files smoothly.

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