MacX DVD Ripper Pro provides an easy, efficient way to backup movies.
Several years ago, I began transferring all my DVDs to digital files. I did this for two reasons – 1) files take up less space than DVDs and 2) I could take more videos with me more places. Since that time, movie production companies have begun producing digital files and including them with BluRay and DVD videos when they are purchased. But, what if you have a catalog of older movies that you want to consolidate into digital form? Give MacX DVD Ripper Pro a try.
MacX DVD Ripper Pro from Digiarty is a wonderful DVD ripper for Mac that allows users to rip any DVD to a variety of popular video formats easily and efficiently. This software also allows DVD ripping of encrypted DVD and copy-protected DVDs like Disney movies. Once you rip your DVD you can watch the DVD movie on QuickTime player or other player devices. You can also use your digital file to easily import videos into iDVD, Final Cut Pro, or iMovie.
MacX DVD Ripper Pro include many, many presets that include the most popular Apple mobile devices such as iPhone 6/6Plus, iPhone 5/5S/5C, iPad Air, iPad Mini, and even iPod Classic. This was a wonderful feature to discover as sometimes I struggle with using just the right settings for mobile devices. I love that the developer included it for that purpose.
Another thing that I really like about MacX DVD Ripper Pro is that it will constantly be updated so that the latest copy-protected DVDs will always be included and available to rip with this software.
When I first opened up the software I was highly impressed with the interface. It was easily understood and familiar to anyone who works with video files in any capacity. To use MacX DVD Ripper Pro, you have to locate your DVD files. The app allows you to import files directly from a DVD disc, saved files in your finder, or ISO files. I opted to load files directly from a disc. It only took 10-15 seconds to analyze the movie on the disc. The software immediately recognized the main movie file and brought up the menu for me to choose my export options MacX DVD Ripper Pro does give you the option to save to any location on your computer, which is nice because some programs I’ve run into will save to a default location at times.
Once I started the ripping process, the software took approximately 2 hours and 20 minutes to rip a movie that was 2 hours and 22 minutes long. I was not impressed with this speed, but thought the product was good. The picture was clear and the compression of the video file did not break up while viewing the movie. The audio was also in sync with the video, which is another common problem with some DVD ripper apps.
MacX DVD Ripper Pro is a nice choice if you are looking for an easy way to backup your movie collection. For more information, visit macxdvd.com/mac-dvd-ripper-pro. MacX DVD Ripper Pro is currently on sale for $39.95 (regular price $59.95).