How to convert DVD to AVI for Mac?

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How to convert DVD to AVI for Mac?

Postby tomia » Tue Jan 22, 2013 10:01 am

How to convert DVD to AVI for Mac?

Mac convert DVD to AVI - How to convert DVD to AVI with DVD to AVI Converter for Mac?

Do you want to convert DVD to AVI on Mac? AVI is known as one of the most popular video formats nowadays. In fact, AVI was first introduced to the world by Microsoft as a multimedia format, part of Microsoft Video for Windows technology.

If you want to convert DVD to AVI on Mac and enjoy the DVD movies on other hard Drives, you should have the Mac DVD to AVI Converter to help you. With it, converting DVD to AVI on Mac is not a problem any more.

Mac DVD to AVI Converter enables you convert DVD to other popular video formats like WMV, MOV, MP4, ASF, 3GP etc just you want. You also allowed to edit your DVD movies such as choose to apply a special video effect to customize your videos, set video resolution, video frame rate, video bit rate, audio bit rate, audio sample rate, and so on.

After converting DVD to AVI with Mac DVD to AVI Converter, you can enjoy your DVD movies on PSP, PS3, General 3GP mobile phone, BlackBerry, etc.

Now follow the steps, you could convert DVD to AVI on Mac.

Step 1. Add DVD file

Install and run Mac DVD to AVI Converter, then load the DVD movie from your Mac or DVD Driver, click "Open DVD" to load the DVD movies you want to convert.
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Step 2. Output settings

You can select the ".mov" as the output format from the "Profile" drop-down list, and then set the file saving destination on your Mac.

Step 3. Convert DVD to AVI on Mac

If you want to make your video different, you can video resolution, video frame rate, video bit rate, audio bit rate, audio sample rate and so on. All things are ready, click "Convert" button to convert DVD to AVI on Mac.
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