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[Sharing] How to rip DVD to FLV on MAC OS

Discussion in 'The Mac Versus PC Forum' started by bill198203, Jun 15, 2009.



  1. bill198203

    bill198203 Technology Novice

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    This tutorial will tell you how to rip DVD to FLV on Mac OS with few steps.
    You only need a Mac DVD rip tool: Pavtube DVD Ripper for Mac.
    First, download Pavtube DVD Ripper for Mac and install it on your Mac.
    Click the button DVD Folder or IFO File to import the DVD to the program. Choose the output file *.flv under the drop down list of Format.
    Then edit DVD clip.
    Two sections Trim and Crop under the Editor section can help you get the favorite DVD clip length and area.
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    Tips: If you want to do advanced settings, the advanced setting will allow experienced users to better rip DVD. Under the section Settings, you can set video Codec Name, Bit Rate, Video Size,
    and Frame Rate to optimize the quality of the video, as well as setting audio Codec Name, Bit Rate, Sample Rate, and Channels
    Finally, you can start convert DVD to FLV.
    To rip/convert the checked DVD file to FLV, just click the button Convert to start the conversion. Soon you will see the window below:
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    If you want to do batch conversion, just check batches of DVD clips before you click Convert to start the conversion. For example, I checked four DVD clips for batch conversion as the pictures show below.
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    Click the button Convert; you will see the four DVD clips start to convert to FLV. When the conversion is finished, just click the button Open to get the converted FLV. Have a great fun.
     
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  3. sania250

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    You can covert it from total video converter.
     

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