How to Rip DVD for Apple TV with DVDFab DVD Ripper?
Apple TV can be used to play the videos you stored in iTunes or bought from iTunes Store. So if you want to watch your DVD through Apple TV, you first need to convert the DVD to the videos compatible with Apple TV and then upload it to iTunes to play it with Apple TV. So how to rip DVD to Apple TV? Use DVDFab DVD Ripper! DVDFab DVD Ripper is a powerful ripping tool that can rip and convert DVD for Apple TV. The following are detailed steps to rip DVD for Apple TV with DVDFab DVD Ripper.
Step 1: Load the source
Run DVDFab 10, go to Ripper module and load the source.
Step 2: Choose the Apple TV profile
Navigate to the profile library on the top left corner of the main interface and choose Device> Apple> Apple TV. There are also Apple TV 3 and 4 profiles, so you can choose according to the modes of your Apple TV.
Step 3: Customize your video
After the source is loaded in, the longest title, namely the main movie, will be selected by default. But here you can choose other titles. You also can choose the chapters, audio tracks, subtitles, and define the name of the chosen title. If 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 ripping process
Click the "folder" button to select a directory to save the output video. And then you can click the "Start" button to start the process of ripping DVD to Apple TV.
Then wait for a few minutes, you can get a video which is perfectly matched to your Apple TV.
DVDFab DVD Ripper helps you convert DVD to various video formats, but if you want to back up your DVDs, you can use DVDFab DVD Copy to copy DVD.
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