We live in a world where we want every movie and TV show to be available at our fingertips on every electronic device in our arsenal. Shelves chock-full of movies now seem overly cumbersome, and they’re also an unnecessary waste of space that can be better used for something else. On top of that, we all know how boring a flight or train ride can be without access to a robust library of entertainment. There’s more than one way to convert your spinning movie discs to a format that’s compatible with a range of devices, and here to help out is our guide on how to convert a DVD to MP4.
Movavi Video Converter
Step 1: Head over to the main Movavi conversion page and click the blue Download for free button for your OS, making sure to select the correct operating system. Then open the installer and follow the on-screen instructions. Launch the application once installed.
Note: This software is only for the 7-day free trial version.
Step 2: Once open, click your file’s DVD format, then click on the + Add Media button at the top of the window. Then select the DVD you wish to convert into an MP4.
Step 3: Click on the cog next to Output format at the bottom of the window for a list of customizable presets. Select MP4 (*.mp4) from the list of available formats. Then click Save to: and navigate to your desired save location for the resulting file, and click the Convert button in the lower-right corner to start the conversion process.
DVDVideoSoft Free Video Converter
Step 1: Head over to the DVDVideoSoft website and select Download to download the free software. Once the download is complete launch the converter. It’s very easy to use — everything you need is in a single window. Start with the top bar that says Input DVD, and choose your DVD file by selecting the right drive to search and hitting Browse.
Step 2: The software will detect any title connected with the DVD file. Under the Title # heading, you can select Choose to see the available titles and languages. Make your selection here and choose OK to continue. Under the Output folder, select Browse and choose the location where you want to save your converted file when finished.
Step 3: Look at the Formats and Presets section next. This allows you to pick the format (MP4) and then choose a preset if you want, which optimizes the MP4 file for specific devices – handy if you know what device you’ll be exclusively playing the file on. It’s worth mentioning that DVDVideoSoft’s converter is especially well suited for playing files on iOS and MacOS devices.
When you are finished, select Convert, and the software will do the rest!
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