How to Rip DVDs and convert to iPad on PC (Windows 7 included) ...

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As Apple describes iPad the best way to experience video, there's no reason it leaves us sucking in DVD to iPad predicament. The large (9.7-inch LED-backlit IPS display), high-resolution screen makes iPad absolutely perfect for watching any kind of video from HD movies and TV shows to podcasts and music videos including MPEG-4 (MP4, M4V), H.264, MOV, etc. But I don't see any built-in DVD-ROM or DVD player in iPad that can work with DVD and play DVD directly. I guess you guys don't really wanna miss the opportunity to watch DVD on iPad, which is essentially one big screen, do you?

DVD to iPad Converter

You must have been considering those questions when you trying to find a good DVD to iPad Converter: How effective does the converter is doing with ripping DVD copy protection, can they defeat the new DVD copy protection from time to time? What about the video quality after conversion, will it be nice without those annoying scratches and other irregularities? How about the conversion speed, is it real-time, or far beyond real-time?

Daniusoft DVD to iPad Converter prefers to bypass the encryption immediately after it appears, stripping the protection before playback software recognizes the disc, and it can always catch up with the latest DVD copy protection variant. The iPad DVD Converter already preset the exact resolution ratio (1024x768) for iPad video, and you are allowed to customize the resolution yourself if you prefer to. When it comes to the conversion speed about the DVD to iPad Converter, it supports multi-core CPU, so you could find out it performs much faster than others, and even less than real-time.

Check out the test we do on Windows vista 32 Pentium 4 single core system, the original DVD file is near 5 GB only takes about 1 hour.

iPad DVD Converter

 

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How to Convert DVD to iPad with Daniusoft DVD Ripper

Step 1: Load DVD files to Daniusoft DVD Ripper
Click Load DVD to load DVD Rom, DVD folders, ISO files and IFO files respectively.

Daniusoft DVD Ripper - DVD to iPad Converter

Step 2: Customize output settings.
Choose "iPad Video MPEG-4(.MP4)" as output format, meanwhile, you are allowed to customize the output parameters and specify output format and folder by click "Settings" in the output settings area.

Daniusoft DVD Ripper - DVD to iPad Converter

Step3: Start conversion.
Click "Start" to start conversion. All the tasks of conversion will be finished at fast speed and high output quality.

Step 4: Transfer ripped DVDs to iPad.
When you finished ripping DVD to iPad HD MPEG-4 Video, connect your computer to iPad with its 30-pin connector and sync your iTunes library. Here you go, just enjoy high quality videos on your iPad.

 

Other key features of Daniusoft DVD Ripper

Daniusoft "DVD to iPad Converter" is an all-in-one DVD Ripper enables you to rip DVD to iPad, iPod, iPhone, PSP, PS3, Xbox, Zune, Creative Zen, Archos, Nexus One, Android Phones, etc.

It is not only a DVD to iPad converter but also a Best DVD Ripper enables you to convert DVD to almost all video and audio formats including MOV, H.264, AVI, MPEG, WMV, MP4, RM, M4V, 3GP, MP3, WMA, WAV, M4A, AAC, etc.

Plus, This "DVD to iPad Converter" would allow you to enjoy better DVD movies as DVD to iPad Converter also is a powerful video editing program which is capable of cropping, trimming, effect adjusting and watermark designing.

DVD to iPad Converter - Video Effect

DVD to iPad Converter - Trimming

Get DVD to iPad Converter to watch DVD on iPad, so you can take full advantage of the wide, 178° viewing angle of iPad, and enjoy its notable crisp and vivid display.

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