How to: Rip DVD movies to iPad on Mac
The iPod, with its vertical, 2.5-inch wide screen, is an OK video platform. The iPhone, with its 3.5-inch screen clearly had good video experience built in from the design stage. But the iPad, with 9.7-inch LED-backlit glossy widescreen display, 1024-by-768-piexl resolution, the HD feature makes watching DVD movies an utterly new experience. Not everything about watching a movie – whether a purchase, rental, or ripped DVD – on the iPad is perfect. Now there are many people curious about how to rip DVD movies into a format that the iPad can play. Well, there are a number of ways to do this, one of these programs is called the iFunia DVD to iPad Converter for Mac.
iFunia DVD to iPad Converter for Mac is an easy-to-use program that helps you rip DVD movies to iPad format to make them playable on the video iPad. This guide tells you how to rip movies from your DVDs onto iPad using iFunia DVD to iPad Converter.
Step 1 Load movies to the DVD to iPad Converter for Mac
Now get your DVD disc and insert it. Then run iFunia DVD to iPad Converter on your Mac and click the big button "Add DVD" to load your DVD disk, you may see the name of DVD Movie disk if you insert DVD disk before running this DVD ripper tool (see the image below to have an idea). This may take up to a minute or two depending on the contents of the DVD and the speed of your optical drive.
Step 2 Select iPad preset from output format list
In the Destination-Setup section of the interface, choose the right preset for your iPad device in the "Output Format" drop-down menu. You can also change the output settings to make the video look the best on iPad. Here I set the output video format to 'iPad MPEG-4 Video (*.mp4)'.
Step 3 Hit Start to rip DVD to iPad for Mac
Bingo! That’s it! When the conversion is done you can copy the output DVD movies to your iPad and enjoy it comfortably on a cozy sofa! This professional DVD to iPad Converter for Mac is specially design for Apple iPad, aiming to enable iPad users an exquisite experience of viewing DVD movies on your iPad’s widescreen.