Step 1: Add file
Note: You need to add the volume path but not VIDEO_TS path. For example, you should choose “/Volumes/My DVD” rather than “/Volumes/My DVD/VIDEO_TS”.
Step 2: Set output profile
There’re quite a lot of output formats of video and audio for you to choose in the bottom of the window. For example, you should click “MP4” if you decide to convert to this format.
For the Video, you can adjust the Video Size, Frame Rate and Bitrates depending on your needs. While for the Audio, the Sample Rate, Audio Channels and Bitrates can be adjusted freely.
Click “setting” on the right bottom of the format’s icon, then the setting window will come up.
What’s more, when the output format is selected, you can merge your video files into one with clicking “Merge”.
Tip 3: Preview panel
Tip 4: Preference
You can set the parameters of output files according to your preferences. For example, you can choose not to load titles less than 1 to 10 minutes or just ignore this function with choosing “None”. What’s more, you can decide which state of your computer will be in when all the tasks are finished. Moreover, you can send your satisfied work to iTunes when it’s finished. Please check the box if you prefer to ignore auto updated profile.
Step 3: Convert
Click “Convert” to start to work and then the selecting output work folder dialog box will come up. You can select any folder in your local disk to put your output files. And you should never select the DVD as the output path or it will break! Click “Open” to start with the folder which is writable. And the output videos will be in the folder. It’s not a DVD disc volume path, but a local hard disk path.
Note: You can also right click one file and then click “Start” to convert your files and then choose the local hard disk path to put your files.