As the world becomes increasingly digital, you may find yourself wanting to convert your DVD to MP4 instead. You may want to convert your DVDs to protect your videos from being scratched or broken or if you want to watch them on your phone or tablet. Converting DVDs to MP4s can also help you save space so you don’t have piles of DVD cases sitting around. You may even just want to have a digital backup in case something happens to the physical DVD.
Two good ways to convert DVDs are Handbrake and WinX DVD Ripper. If you’re ripping unprotected DVDs like home videos, then Handbrake works quite well. However, if you’re ripping protected video content like DVDs you purchased, then you’ll need a solution like WinX DVD Ripper.
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How to convert DVD to MP4 using Handbrake
Handbrake is a popular freeware program for ripping unprotected DVDs. You can use it to import DVDs or folders and ISO images. The software allows you to convert DVDs to MP4, MKV and sometimes M4V files. The videos can then be played on Android devices, iPhones, iPads, and PlayStation and Xbox consoles.
How to convert DVD to MP4 files using Handbrake:
After downloading Handbrake, open the software on your computer and then look for your DVD drive in the list of sources available to select from. Handbrake will scan the DVD that’s in the drive. If it’s protected, then the software will tell you that it can’t be read.
If the DVD is not protected, then Handbrake will display a list of the content that’s on it, so select the appropriate file(s). Then go to “Destination” and then “Browse” and then tell the software where to put the video after the DVD is ripped.
Next you’ll need to select the quality of the video