Showing posts with label Free DVD Ripper. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Free DVD Ripper. Show all posts

Friday, August 16, 2013

Free Convert DVD movie, HD Videos, Tivo shows to MOV, MKV, AVI, FLV, WMV, MPG, etc. with Free Video DVD Converter Ultimate

Summary: This article mainly introduces a free software: Pavtube Free Video DVD Converter Ultimate, it can rip the latest DVD movies, convert various HD videos and Tivo shows to MOV, MKV, AVI, FLV, WMV, MPG, etc. for playing tablets, phones, tvs, hd media players, or  for editing, burning, sharing etc. If you are looking for software for free, here is right for you.

Now we are in a world with a variety of digital videos. Sony, Panasonic have released many HD camcorders for both professional and amateurish videographors to record every memorable moment in their life. So HD videos have make up a necessary part of your digital world. At the same time, Tivo show and DVDs also play an important role. But they are not a friendly companion to edit or smoothly playback. You may want to convert DVDs to MOV/FLV/MKV for playback or sharing with friends, convert HD videos to AVI/WMV/MPG for further editing, or convert Tivo shows to an easy-to-play format. 

You may have search a lot and find that there are many software with cost, which can help you. If you want free software, Pavtube Free Video DVD Converter Ultimate is right for you. It is integrated software combined with converting both DVD and videos. It can convert any DVD including commercial DVD with copyright protection, various videos in different formats and support Tivo conversion. And it will support converting them to MKV, AVI, WMV, MOV, MPG, etc.

Go to download Free Video DVD Converter Ultimate and install it. Then follow me to learn how it works.

Step 1. Import source files.

Click “Add Video” icon to load video, or you can drag and drop it to the software directly. “Load files” icon will allow you to load DVD disc, ISO/IFO and DVD folder.

Note: If you want to import Tivo video for convering, you should import the Media Access Key first.

Step 2. Select output format.

Many video formats in the Format dropdown list, you can choose the one you need.


Step 3. Video Editing (optional).

Powerful edit function including Trim, Crop, Add subtitles, etc will give you great experience for conversion. For example, you can use Trim to cut off the prevue of DVD that you don’t want to retain in output videos. 

Step 4. Start conversion.

Click “Convert” button to start conversion. Click “Open” button you can find the generated files. 
And with the help of CUDA Accelerationand full use of cores, you will have a fast speed.


If you want to convert to more popular portable devices and editing software, Updrade version will give you more great features. You can 1:1 backup DVD or 100% backup the main movie of DVD. Also you can choose to output MP4/M4V files for all portable devices to enjoy videos anywhere. 

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Good news, especially for DVD collectors. We have released Free DVD Aid for Windows and Mac. Now you are free to backup your DVD collection to MOV/MKV/AVI/MPG, etc. Go to try it now.  


Friday, June 28, 2013

How to Free Rip a DVD movie with MakeMKV and Handbrake?


Hollywood wants you to buy its movies on DVD and Blu-ray, but it also wants to control what you do with them once you get home. That doesn't sit well with us, so we're going to show you how to do something that Hollywood most definitely does not want you to do: Rip movies and copy them to your computer's hard drive so you can enjoy them without ever having to get up off your couch to drop a disc in the DVD player.

Once you've got a movie onto your hard drive, you can do all kinds of other cool stuff with it: Transcode it into a different format so that it'll play on your smartphone or gaming console, or maybe just delete those annoying FBI warnings that tell you how much trouble you can get in for doing exactly what we're about to show you.

While we fully acknowledge that the movie industry has the right to protect it's intellectual property, we also believe that consumers have the right to enjoy the property they purchase. It's called fair use - if you buy a movie on a disc, then you should have the right to make a back-up copy, or transfer the content to another medium, like a hard drive. Of course, you don't have the right to distribute or sell copies of the movies you buy, but you probably knew that already.

How to Free Rip a DVD disc with MakeMKV and Handbrake?

What you'll need:

1. DVD-ROM drive. Most modern PCs will come equipped with optical drives that can read DVDs, but many of the newest ones (ie, ultrabooks) have ditched them to save space. If you don't have a DVD-ROM drive, you can pick up an external one that connects to your PC via USB up for around $30 on Newegg.

2. MakeMKV. You'll need this program to break the disc's copyright protection and perform the initial rip. It's free, open source.

3. HandBrake. After the initial rip, you might want to make the file smaller or change its format so you can watch it on your phone or media center. Handbrake is a free video encoder that lets you tweak just about everything after you've got the movie on your hard drive.

Step 1: Defeat copyright protection with MakeMKV

There are a lot of other software programs out there that make this a very involved process, but MakeMKV makes it extremely simple. Just open the program and pop your DVD into the disc drive. Once the program recognizes the disc, click on the big "Open Disc" button and MakeMKV goes to work.

Step 2: Rip the movie with MakeMKV

After you've vanquished the AACS encryption, MakeMKV will return a list of chapters and segments that you can rip. Find your movie (usually the longest title or biggest file) and uncheck all the other boxes. Next, designate an Output Folder where you'd like the file to end up once it's been ripped. When you're all ready to go, hit the "MakeMKV" button. This process can take anywhere from two minutes to half an hour depending on your computer's processing power, but when it's done you should have a nice big MKV file waiting for you in the folder you specified.

Step 3: Transcode with HandBrake

Once you're done using MakeMKV to subvert the DVD's copyright protection and save the movie to your computer, you'll probably want to transcode the file to make it smaller and ensure that it's in the format you want. This is where HandBrake comes in. It's got TONS of settings and tools you can use to tweak your video, and comes with an extensive collection of presets (displayed in the right-hand column) that make the ripping process relatively foolproof. The developers have already created presets for most Apple products, including the iPhoneiPad and iPod Touch, and Apple TV; the PS3 and Xbox 360 gaming consoles; and several other platforms. You can also modify any of these presets and save them with new names or create custom presets from scratch.

Play around with the settings until you've got everything just right, then go ahead and click Start. This part will take a while, so sit back, relax, and let HandBrake do its thing.

Did something go awry?

Don't worry, there are still many top DVDAid tools used to rip DVD discs on Windows or Mac. Refer to the guide for beginners:

If you have any problems, we highly recommend hitting, here's the right place to share ideas, ask questions, report problems, and give feedbacks. Or you can contact their customer service Support Center, believe that can solve your any problems.

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