How to rip DVD or video to iPod with one tool

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How to rip DVD or video to iPod with one tool

Postby Gillian003 » Thu Dec 20, 2012 9:38 am

It is easier and easier to use software to convert DVD or video files. For example, you can use DVD Ripper to convert DVD, and use Video Converter to convert general video. If you get a powerful tool, it will help you save much time.
So what software would you choose when you want to convert DVD and general video files to iPod at the same time?
I recommend DVD to iPod Suite, which is a package converter, consisting of two separate converters. With it, you can convert any DVD or video to iPod supported video/audio formats.

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From the interface, you can see the first section of the suite is DVD to iPod Converter.
It is a professional DVD Ripper for iPod, aiming to rip DVD to iPod supported MP4, M4V, and H.264. Besides, you can extract audio from DVD and convert it to MP3, AAC, AIFF, etc.

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And this DVD to iPod Converter supports all commercial DVDs, including DVD with the restriction of CSS, Region, RCE, and Sony ARccOS. You can load any DVD for conversion.

The second part is iPod Video Converter, which is specially designed to convert various video files to iPod. The same as DVD to iPod Converter, this part also allows you to extract and convert audio from video.

Both iPod Video Converter and DVD to iPod Converter provide powerful edit functions, which are Trim, Crop, Merge, Watermark, and Effect. With them, you can trim video length, clip extra edges, add watermark, or adjust video brightness, contrast and saturation, as well as join several DVD/video files into one for conversion.

How to use this DVD to iPod Suite? Let’s have a look at the steps, which takes a DVD file as an example.

Step 1: Download and run.
Download DVD to iPod Suite and run it. Open DVD to iPod Converter part.

Step 2: Load DVD.
Click “Load DVD” button to load your DVD file.

Step 3: Select output format.
Click “Profile” drop-down list to select a proper video format supported by iPod, like MP4.

Step 4: Edit video.
Hit the DVD and select a edit function to start to edit it. Take Trim as an example.

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Set the “Start Time” and “End Time” to confirm the length of the video. Or you can directly drag the slide bars.

Step 5: Convert.
After all steps, you need to click “Start” button to begin converting DVD to iPod.
The speed is very fast, and you will get it in a short while. Just wait a moment.
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