DVD to MPEG Converter is a powerful dvd mpeg converter software, which can help you rip DVD to MPEG movie. You can use DVD to MPEG Converter to backup your DVD to hard drive with high quality.
With DVD to MPEG Converter, you can also create MPEG video clips from your DVD. You can set the beginning and end time of each MPEG video clip, Batch conversion is also supported. You can edit the parameter of the output video files to fit for your needs.
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|Supported DVD||DVD-9, DVD-5, DVD folder, IFO file, ISO file,|
|Output video formats||MPEG, VOB, MPG, DAT, etc.|
|Platforms||Microsoft Windows 98, NT, 2000, 2003, XP, Vista, Windows 7|
1. Click "DVD" button to add DVD, or click "IFO" button to add IFO file.
Select DVD Directory and click "OK".
2. If you want to convert all DVD to MPEG file just click "Converter" to start the conversion.
3.Get the output MPEG file under C:\My Video directory by default.
You can convert some chapters of the DVD. You can also set the beginning and end time of the conversion for each chapter. For more instructions you can get from the help file of the product.
Double-click on a file to preview when you would like to preview it. You are allowed to take snapshots when previewing the movie. Simply click ‘Snapshoot’ button. To set image format, location and size of thumbnails, please click ‘Option’ menu. To locate the thumbnails, please click ‘Open folder’ button.
Right below the file list you could find ‘Subtitle’and ‘Audio’ drop-down list, where you may set subtitles and dubbings to the languages you like. Always select the title/ chapter before setting its subtitle and audio. In the preview window you can check the Subtitles and Audio track.
Note: By default no subtitle is selected. Some chapters have no subtitle or audio, in that case the Subtitle list will show ‘None’ only.
Under 'Clip' tab you are allowed to cut out unwanted part of selected clip. To trim the movie, simply type in desired time value in ‘Start’ and ‘End’ box and click ‘Set’ button. Or you can click left square bracket and right square bracket to set start and end time when previewing the movie.