How to Rip DVD for iPad with DVDFab DVD Ripper?
iPad or iPad 2 is probably everybody's favorite device for viewing movie on the go. It supports 1080p HD video, supports multichannel, and ensures you fabulous audiovisual feast along with its big screen. DVDFab DVD Ripper is a professional DVD ripper for iPad. It can rip and convert any DVD for iPad and iPad 2.
Using DVDFab DVD Ripper, you can easily get MP4 videos fully compatible with your iPad and iPad 2, and you can specific the output video with 1080p, 5.1 multi-channel, etc. You have full control of the output parameters and effect. Now let's take a look at how to use this DVD ripper for iPad.
1. Run DVDFab DVD Ripper
Start up DVDFab, navigate to DVD Ripper option. Then navigate to iPad, which kicks off DVD ripper for iPad. Now insert the source DVD to let DVDFab load it, which is just a matter of seconds. After that, you'll see all movie titles in front of you, and the longest title is selected by default. On your right hand side of the interface are audio tracks and subtitles for you to pre-select. In the lower part you can see a Profile drop-down, where you can change default settings from all optimized and preset profiles.
2. Customize the way you like
If you want to dig deeper to set video/audio parameters, just click on Edit button, which will bring up Conversion Settings window. As you can see from the below screenshot, everything is changeable: bit rate, frame rate, frame resolution, aspect ratio, channel, volume, etc.
You can also set the video effect visually. Click Video Effect Settings button, then in the Crop tab, you're free to specify the accurate image region when playback on your iPad or iPad 2.
3. Video for iPad is coming
OK. Now everything is set up, just click Start button to start conversion. During the whole process, it's convenient that you can view detailed progress info and preview source movie to monitor what's going on. If you want to leave the rest to DVDFab, just set auto shutdown to your PC in the Option tab, then your PC will be automatically shut down when process completed.