How to rip DVDs with AVCWare DVD Ripper Ultimate for Mac? This step-by-step tutorial will show you how to rip and convert DVD movies to almost all video and audio formats.
AVCWare DVD Ripper Ultimate for Mac is powerful and easy-to-use DVD ripping software with the ability of ripping DVD to almost all video and audio formats on your Mac computer. With its powerful compatibility for iPod, iPhone, PSP, Apple TV, etc., AVCWare DVD Ripper Ultimate for Mac enables you to rip DVD to various portable media players supported formats.
Additionally, it can help you clip DVD segment, crop DVD size, edit DVD effects, add audiotracks and edit subtitles, and add DVD watermark, to get the customized DVD video and audio files.
This article includes 6 parts.
Firstly, download AVCWare DVD Ripper Ultimate for Mac and then install and run it.
Step 1: Install and run the software
After installation, run the software. You can see the main interface as below.
Step 2: Add File
Click "Add File(s)" button on the toolbar or select "File > Add File(s)" on the main menu to load DVD.
Or, click “Add File(s)” drop-down button, “select Other Folder...” option, select a DVD folder in the file dialog box that opens, and load it.
Click “Add File(s)” drop-down button, select “Open IFO Files...” option, select an IFO file in the file dialog box that opens, and load it.
Step 3: Select output format
Select the files need to be converted and click "Profile" button to select the output format in the drop-down list. Then click "Browse…" button to specify destination folder for saving output files.
Step 4: Convert
After selected output profile, you only need to check the files you want to convert in the file list and click "Rip Checked Item(s)" button on the toolbar to complete the task.
Ok, the above is the simplest function in conversion. We provide you more functions as below!
At first, choose a video file you want to clip. Then click "Clip" button on the toolbar to enter "Clip" window. Set the start & end point to get the partial segment and repeat the action to get several segments at will. After clipping, check the "Output segments as a whole one" option and merge the segments in the list into one file. And then click "Move Up" or "Move Down" button to specify the sequence of these segments.
Select multiple files and click "Merge Selected Item into One" button on the toolbar to merge the selected files into one and create a merged item in the file list.
Firstly, right-click a merged video item in the file list, and select "Edit Joint Item" option from the right-click menu to open "Joint Item" window. Then select a video transition item and choose a transition effect from the transition panel on the left. Repeat this step to add transition effects to other videos. After adding transitions, choose a time length from "Duration" drop-down list as the transitional duration, and use "Move Up" or "Move Down" option to adjust the order of video items.
Firstly, choose the video you want to edit, and then click "Effects" button on the toolbar to enter "Effect" window.
On "Crop" tab, enter height, width, left margin and top margin values to set the size and the position of the crop area. You can also adjust the crop area size and position by dragging the resizable handle and frame.
Besides, you can also check "Keep Aspect Ratio" option and choose the aspect ratio from the drop-down list. Click "Restore Defaults" to restore all settings to default, and preview the real-time effect in preview window on the right.
On "Image" tab, enter the value of the brightness/contrast/saturation in corresponding textboxes to set the video image's brightness/contrast/saturation.
In "Watermark" tab, click "Add Text Watermark" or "Add Picture Watermark" button to import watermarks into the watermark list. Select a watermark and set its transparency, vertical position, horizontal position, font, color, size or style.
Tip: You can add multiple picture and text watermarks into one video simultaneously.
In "Effect" tab, choose one or more effects for the output video from the effect list.
In "Audio" tab, click "Add Audio Track" button to add audio tracks into the list. And then choose the wanted one from the list as the background music for the video. You can also set the play mode as "Loop" or "Play Only Once".
In "Subtitle" tab, click "Add Subtitles" button to load the desired subtitles into the list. Then select a subtitle from the list and adjust its transparency, vertical position, font, color, size, style and line spacing at will.
Click "Comparing Preview" button on the right preview panel to compare the edited file with the source.
To custom output size, select the video file and click “Tools > Bitrate Calculator” and input value to get exact video size.