Summary: In this article, I will share you the tutorial to copy and rip DVD movies to MacBook (Pro/Air), so you can watch them anywhere you like.
"Blu-ray is just a bag of hurt. It's great to watch the movies, but the licensing of the tech is so complex, we're waiting till things settle down and Blu-ray takes off in the marketplace. " said by Steve Jobs. Maybe you are now in this dilemma situation , for one hand you have collected dozens of DVD disc and can't play them on any Apple devices, for the other hand if you want to watch a movie on MacBook (Pro/Air ) you have to re-purchase them from iTunes although you have already own the DVD version. Instead, you may think about copy and rip DVD movies to MacBook compatible format for freely playback. And in this article, I will share you the tutorial to copy and rip DVD to MacBook (Pro/Air)
Technically, you need seek some help from DVD copy and ripping software available for MacBook to fulfill the task. Here, Brorsoft DVD Ripper for Mac is such useful tool allows you to easily copy and rip DVD to MacBook (Pro/Air) friendly formats with fast speed and excellent output quality. Besides, this DVD ripping tool also provide some video editing tools to let you crop the DVD movies black bars, trim the unwanted part as you like. Now, you can download it and start to copy and rip your DVD movies to MacBook.
Guide: How to Copy and Rip DVD to MacBook (Pro/Air)
Step 1. Load DVD Movies
Click "DVD (disc)" icon on the top toolbar and load DVD movies.
DVD folder and ISO Image file are both supported here.
Step 2: Select ways to copy and rip DVD movie
A. DVD full disc copy.
Full disc copy allows you to keep the whole file structure in your DVD disc complete without any quality loss. Click the "Copy the entire disc" button to start DVD full disc copy.
B. Directly copy.
If you hate the extras in the DVD, you can try copying DVD main movie only which will leave out any extras for you. Click the format bar to follow "Copy" ＞ "Directly Copy"
C. Rip DVD to MacBook compatible format
Tap "Format" button, you can see many profiles, like "Common Video", "HD Video", "3D Video" and some preset for popular devices.
Select one from them, e. g. "H. 264 MP4" is a widely compatible format and supported on MacBook.
Step 3: Start to backup and copy DVD
Final step is tapping “convert” button to rip DVD movies to Macbook Compatible format.
Once the process completed, open output folder and find the ripped DVD file.
Now you can play your DVD movies on your MacBook (Pro/Air) as you like, enjoy it!