“I’m a music lover and as enjoy my favorite drum instructional DVDs on my DVD player and it is definitely a great joy! However, what I’m concerned is that: I am going on a long trip soon, and would like to be able to watch my movies on my laptop while I am gone. How do I go about back up all my drum instructional DVDs for wathing with Audio/Video Synchronization?”
As optical DVD disc is hard to preserve, collect and play flexibly, you need to consider how to backup and rip DVD movies. Problem comes, solution is not far away.
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Here comes up a step-by-step workflow of easily copying your drum instructional dvds.
1. Install and run the best DVD converter. Click to “Load file(s)” to import DVD disc from in-laid optical drive.
2. Specify export folder for saving DVD movie. Click “Browse” button to look for and set a save path to store the output videos.
3. Find the “Directly Copy” option to backup DVD main movie without extras. It will support to backup 100% intact the DVD main movie with all multiple tracks preserved. And you will get one VOB file for output.
Alternatively, you are suggested to choose “Common Video -> H.264 MP4 Video (*.mp4)” for putting DVD to your portable devices for playback.
Note: If you hit the Copy the entire disc icon on the main interface, you can start DVD backing up process, without the steps below. It enables you to makes 1:1 copy of original DVD Disc without quality loss with all audio streams, subtitle tracks, extras, etc
4. Click big Convert button on the interface and then you will get a conversion dialogue box to show the exact progress, like time left, estimated size, state and so on.
Now coping drum instructional DVD to an external hard drive, hard disk drive (HDD) or thumb drive is extremely easy. There won’t be any qualitly loss and you won’t have any A/V sync problem.
Have a try now! Only a few simple steps can reduce your worries. Enjoy wonderful DVD movies on train, ship and aeroplane freely.