Do you have some movies & DVD Discs that you want to:
- Rip DVD to MPEG files so you can edit DVD with Windows Movie Maker?
- Convert DVD to MPEG 2 videos that have no copy protection on them?
- Encode DVD to MPEG 4 to watch movie on your mp4 players like iPod, iPhone, PSP, etc?
Well, you're in the right place. This tutorial will tell a quick way to rip DVD to the video you need in high quality.
What we need is the third party software- DVD Ripper, which is not only a smart DVD to MPEG tool but also a powerful DVD Ripper Software that can rip DVD to up to 150+ video audio formats with amazing editing Features. Now let's go ahead to the steps to convert DVD to MPEG files, it's really simple:
Install and run the program. Click 'Load DVD' button to add the DVD file. Or click 'Load File' to add DVD/IFO from your hard disk.
Click "Profile" to choose MPEG-1/MPEG-2/MPEG 4 as the output format according to your needs. Plus, you are allowed to customize output files frame rate, bit rate, resolution, encoder, etc. on the DVD to MPEG Converter.
Click "Start" to do the video conversion. The whole process will be finished with fast speed and high output quality. See, DVD Ripper is really a nice DVD tool.
When you finished encoding DVD to MPEG, you can play MPEG videos on your computers, edit MPEG files in Windows Movie Maker, or transfer MPEG 4 files to your portable media players like iPod, iPhone, Cell Phone, etc without limitation.
MPEG-1 (Video CDs)
Although MPEG-1 supports higher resolutions, it is typically coded at 352x240 x 30fps (NTSC) or 352x288 x 25fps (PAL/SECAM). Full 704x480 and 704x576 frames (BT.601) were scaled down for encoding and scaled up for playback.
MPEG-2 (DVD, Digital TV)
MPEG-2 provides broadcast quality video with resolutions up to 1920x1080. It supports a variety of audio/video formats, including legacy TV, HDTV and five channel surround sound.
MPEG-4 (All Inclusive and Interactive)
MPEG-4 is an extremely comprehensive system for multimedia representation and distribution. Based on a variation of Apple's QuickTime file format, MPEG-4 offers a variety of compression options, including low-bandwidth formats for transmitting to wireless devices as well as high-bandwidth for studio processing.