How to convert DVD movies to MP4 (MPEG-4) on Mac OS X (OS X 10.6 included)

Have some awesome DVDs and want to import them to Final Cut Pro, Final Cut Express or iMovie to create your own personalized movie? Or you would like to convert your favorite DVD movies to your Mac, either for backup or for playback on your MacBook during a family trip? In cases like these, you can rip your DVDs to MOV files on Mac.

To convert DVD (Commercial encrypted DVDs and homemade unencrypted DVDs included) to QuickTime MOV on Mac, a professional yet easy-to-use DVD Ripper for Mac can help you do the job with 3 simple steps. Plus, this DVD Ripper allows you to convert DVDs with the subtitle you like or without subtitles.

Download it for free here:

Free download  Intel version OR PowerPC version

Click “Load DVD” to find the DVD disc you want to convert. Select the VIDEO_TS folder and click OK. Check “Merge into one file” at the bottom of the program if you want to export one continuous MOV file instead of several MOV files.

Select MOV format from the output format dropdown list. If you want to put the output MOV file on your iPod, iPhone or other popular portable device, you can select an output format according to your device name! The default optimized setting makes the output QuickTime MOV video look good on your iPod’s screen.

Note: This smart DVD Ripper for Mac allows you to the whole DVD or certain title/chapter of the movie. You can also trim the DVD movie to get any segment of the DVD movie so you can just convert the selected DVD clip for FCP or iMovie for your movie project.

Hit “Convert” let this smart DVD to MOV DVD Ripper for Mac to do the rest for you! This DVD Ripper is specifically designed for Mac OS users, including Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger, Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard, Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard on iMac, Mac Pro, MacBook, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, etc.

When the conversion is done, you can play output MOV videos on your Mac, edit them in iMovie, Final Cut Pro, or put them on your iPod for playback anytime you want.

 

 

 

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