How to Convert DVD to M4V on Mac OS X (Mountain Lion)
If you own several DVD movies, you might want to watch them freely on Apple devices, like iPad, iPhone or iPod. Or hope to manage them efficiently in iTunes. In that case, you need to convert DVD to iTunes-compatible formats, say, MPEG-4 or M4V. This article focuses on how to convert DVD to M4V on Mac. In order to convert DVD to M4V Mac successfully, you need a powerful DVD tool to handle the process. In this article, we are going to talk about how to accomplish the process by using the professional app, DVD ripping software for Mac. It is an app designed especially for Mac users. Let's learn more about how to use it.
First of all, download this DVD to M4V converter Mac here and then click the .dmg file to install the app. After the installation, the app could be launched automatically.
For Windows (Windows 8 included) users, please click here for how to convert DVD to M4V in Windows (Including Windows 8) >>
1 Load DVD files to the app
Insert DVD to Mac and then go to the "File">"Load DVD" to import DVD files. Or you can directly drag DVD files to the app on the Mac OS X including Lion and Mountain Lion.
2 Choose the output format
Now you can go to the format drop-down list, choose M4V as the output format.
If you want to enjoy the output files on Apple devices, you can choose the corresponding device as the output format. For your convenience, the DVD Ripper has already optimized the video settings for your device. What's more, after you choose one of Apple Devices as the output format, the output files could be imported directly to iTunes.
If you are not content with the video settings, you are able to press the "Options" button right beside the Format column to change the video resolution, bit rate, frame rate and so on.
3 Start the DVD to M4V Mac conversion
Click the "Start" button letting this app do the rest for you. Bingo! That's it! Now you can enjoy or manage the videos easily. Converting DVD to M4V Mac is a piece of cake once you own the DVD ripper for Mac OS X. Why not try it now?