How to Rip and Convert DVD to Nexus 7 via Mac

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How to Rip and Convert DVD to Nexus 7 via Mac

Postby smallfish5534 » Wed Mar 20, 2013 6:16 am

Summary: In this tutorial we’ll introduce how to rip and convert dvd movies to Nexus 7 supported video formats via Mac.

The Nexus 7 features a 7.0 inch screen with 1280 x 800 resolution and supports 1080p HD movies playback, You can watch movies on your Nexus 7 since its integrated iTunes or Amazon allows you to download movies, but excluding DVD movies. Sometime you may want to take a break from playing game to watch your favorite DVD movies on your Nexus 7 via Mac. But how could this happen?

It is no longer a problem to watch DVD movies on Nexus 7 via Mac now, if you have an application of DVD Ripper for Mac. the dvd ripping tool can help you rip and convert DVDs to Nexus 7 support video format (MP4) or other video format like MOV, WMV, AVI, WMA, MP3 and more bypassing DVD copy protection. High speed and excellent conversion quality let you enjoy your favorite DVD movies wherever and whenever you want.

Download DVD to Nexus 7 Converter for Mac, install and run it.

if you’re Windows users, Please read this article “How to Rip/Converter/Play DVD Movies to Asus Nexus 7

Simple guide: How to rip and convert DVD movies to Nexus 7 on Mac

Part 1. Load DVD files (DVD Folder, ISO file, or IFO file) and Select output format

Step 1. Import DVD via Mac

Insert a DVD into your Mac’s hard drive and run the program, then click File > Load DVD to import the DVD file. You can also drag DVD files to the program directly. Note that the default settings only read the main movie without the DVD menu. If you want to add the whole DVD movies, please go to Preference > Advanced > Load Contents in a DVD > All Titles.

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Tips: After the files are loaded, you can select the subtitles and audio track you prefer. On the right windows, you can preview your files and take snapshots of your favorite movie scenes.

Step 2. Choose the output format

Click the small icon (showing your original format) on the right of each video clip and the format list will pop up. You can select “Common Video” -> “MP4″ as output format for Nexus 7.

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Step 3. Setting video quality

If you want to customize output video quality, click “Option” button from the pop up window to customize video quality like resolution, frame rate, bit rate, audio quality etc.

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Tips: If you prefer to get a file with much clearer image quality and do not mind generating a relatively large file size, you can change the video bit rate higher to 2,500~4,000. In general, the higher bitrate, the bigger output file size.

Part 2. Edit your DVD movies on Mac

Before the conversion, you can edit and customized your DVD movies in the following ways. You can click Edit on the Menu bar of the Edit icon on the right of each video clip to enter the Video Edit window.

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Trimming: This function enables you to rip any part of the DVD movie you need and helps you customize the size of video.

Cropping: It allows you to cut the black margins of the movie. You can also customize the video frame size: Keep Original, full screen, 16:9 or 4:3.

Rotation: Rotate the video like horizontal flip, vertical flip and more.

Video Adjustments: You can customize the brightness, saturation, contrast and volume, etc.
You can also apply different movie styles such as “Emboss”, “Negative”, “Old film” and “Gray”.

Subtitles: You can insert plug-in .srt, .ssa, .ass subtitle files to your movie to make it better understood.

Watermark: You can add text or image watermarks on the movie to make it more personalized.

Part 3. Start conversion and Transfer DVD video to Nexus 7

Click “Convert” to start converting DVD movies to the Nexus 7 supported videos. When the conversion finishes, you can play and share your videos on Nexus 7. Just enjoy them!
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