How to Rip and Convert DVD to AVI with DVD to AVI Ripper?

2020-06-24 02:17:19

Sometimes you may need to convert DVD videos to AVI video format to play it on your tablet or other portable devices, do you? DVDFab DVD Ripper is an excellent DVD to AVI converter tool for users to convert DVD to AVI. You can try DVDFab DVD Ripper.

 

Step 1: Load a DVD source

To convert DVD to AVI, please run DVDFab 11, go to Ripper module and load the DVD source.

Insert the DVD into your optical drive, and DVDFab will load the content on the DVD automatically. You can also load the source manually by clicking the "+" button. But if the source is a file/folder, you can drag the file/folder directly to the main interface to load it.

 

 

Step 2: Choose AVI format

Navigate to the profile library on the top left corner of the main interface and choose Format > Video > AVI format.

 

 

Step 3: Customize your video

Now it’s time for you to customize your own video. You are free to choose the titles you want, change the title name, and select the chapters, audio tracks and subtitles you like. You can also click the “wrench” icon to open the “Advanced Settings” panel to customize your settings and use the built-in editor to edit the video.

 

 

 

 

Step 4: Select an output dictionary

Before starting the process of converting DVD to AVI, please navigate to the bottom of the main interface and click the “Folder” icon to select an output directory for your AVI video.

 

 

Step 5: Start the ripping process

Click the “Start” button to start the process of ripping and converting DVD to AVI with DVD to AVI Ripper.

 

Please refer to DVDFab DVD Ripper if you want to get more information about how to rip a DVD.

① Rip and convert DVDs to watch on PCs, smartphones, tablets, etc.
② Extract the audio tracks from DVDs and output as pure audio files
③ Support all the popular audio & video formats like MP3, MP4, MKV, etc.
④ Support to edit the videos like cropping, trimming, and more
⑤ Support GPU hardware acceleration to convert much faster