4K has now been a buzzword among video lovers and 4K TV has gone into the living room of thousands of household. DVDFab also keeps up with the trend of the times and makes itself a powerful 4K converter, which can convert DVD/Blu-ray/video to 4K video with 3840 x 2160p resolution that is supported by 4K Ultra HD TV, and compress 4K video to lower resolution video that can be played on common video players. Its user-friendly interface makes it easy to use for novice users. Now let’s have a look at how to use this 4K video converter.

Note: DVD Ripper and Blu-ray Ripper can rip DVD/Blu-ray to 4K video; Video Converter can convert video to 4K video or convert 4K video to common video.

Step 1: Load the DVD/Blu-ray/video source

Run DVDFab 10 (only 64-bit DVDFab version can convert DVD/Blu-ray/video to 4K video), go to Ripper module, and load the DVD/Blu-ray you want to convert. If you want to convert video to 4K video, choose Converter module and add the video.

Step 2: Choose a 4K profile

Go to the profile library on the top left corner of the main interface, click Format > Video > Filter, check the 4K option and then choose a 4K format you want.

Step 3: Customize your video

Now it’s time to customize your video. When the DVD/Blu-ray source is loaded in, the main movie title will be selected by default, but you are able to choose other titles. Then you can change the title name and choose chapters/audio tracks/subtitles you want. You can also click the “Advanced Settings” icon to customize your settings and click the “Editor” icon to edit the video.

Step 4: Select a directory and start the conversion process

Move to the bottom of the main interface and click the “folder” icon to select a directory to save the output 4K video. And then you can click the “Start” button to start the process of converting DVD/Blu-ray/video to 4K video.

The above steps show you how to convert DVD/Blu-ray/video to 4K video, but if you want to convert 4K video to lower resolution video, you should go to Format > Video > General to choose a common video format at Step 2.