How to Rip and Convert DVD to FLV with DVD to FLV Ripper?
FLV (Flash Video) is a container file format used to deliver video over the internet using Adobe Flash Player versions 6-10. Notable users of the Flash Video format include YouTube, Google Video, Yahoo! Video, metacafe, Reuters.com, Hulu.com, etc. If you want to upload your DVD movies onto blog or a website like YouTube to share with your friends, you need to convert DVD to FLV with some tool. Then, DVDFab DVD Ripper is here which can convert DVD to various formats with outstanding effect in minutes. Let's go forward to have a look.
Rip DVD to FLV>Step 1: Open source
Run DVDFab DVD Ripper and choose "to FLV" option to come to the DVD to FLV mode. Then insert DVD for DVDFab to open the source.
Rip DVD to FLV>Step 2: Select titles for conversion
After the source DVD is opened, you will see the below interface. DVDFab supports batch conversion, so you can select one or more titles for conversion. You can also preview title on the left bottom corner of this interface. On the right side of the UI, you need to select your favorite output audio track and subtitle.
If you want to convert a segment of a title, just click "Title Start/End Settings" to range the start chapter and end chapter, thus you will get an exact segment for conversion.
Rip DVD to FLV>Step 3: Edit
Click "Edit" button, Conversion Settings window will be opened. You can set video format and audio format in the below interface, such as bit rate, frame resolution, aspect ratio, file size, frame rate, channel, volume, etc.
Click "Video Effect Settings" to edit your output video effect through "Resize" and "Crop".
The "Resize" button enables you to resize frame resolution and change the source aspect ratio.
The "Crop" button allows you to crop your output video either by "Automatic" or "Customized". "Automatic" will remove the black bars of the source video. While if you click "Customized", you can adjust the crop frame or value boxes to edit the output effect. If you don't want to change aspect ratio, just check the "Keep Aspect Ratio" box. And the black bars on the output video can be dealt with by sliding between Letterbox and Pan&Scan mode.
Rip DVD to FLV>Step 3: Convert
Come back to the main interface and click "Start" to begin conversion. You can see the converting progress bar as below.
DVD to FLV conversion will be finished in minutes, so you don't need to wait long to get your wonderful FLV movies. Then you can easily share them on the internet, maybe you can also share with your curious friends how you did it. Cool!