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How to Rip a DVD with VLC

Oyetoke Tobi - Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Want to a rip DVD? Do you know that with the powerful software – VLC, you can rip any DVD? Yes, with the VLC, you can easily rip any DVDs.

DVDs evidently aren’t a extensively used physical format anymore, but there still might come a time where you’ll need to rip one. Whether collecting data and files from an older DVD or just trying to digitize your DVD collection VLC has you covered.

VLC media player is a portable, free and open-source, cross-platform media player and streaming media server written by the VideoLAN project. VLC media player supports many audio and video compression methods and file formats, including DVD-Video, video CD and streaming protocols. It is also able to stream media over computer networks and to transcode multimedia files. VLC also have the ability to rip any DVD.

As long as you have the VLC software, you don’t need any other-party tools to rip DVD.

So if you have VLC installed, here’s how to rip any DVD with it.

Insert the DVD in your system CD-Rom.

Open the VLC software on your computer.

Click on the Media tab at the top and select Convert/Save.

Then click on the Disc tab.

Then select the DVD option under Disc Selection. If you ever come across any errors, head back here and select the “No disc” menus option too. It’s not typically required, but just in case.

Now, select the DVD drive location.

Then click on Convert/Save at the bottom.

Select the codec and particulars you’d like to use for the rip under Profile.

Now click on the Browse button and select the destination and filename for the finished rip, and then click on  Save.

Then click on Start.



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