How to convert DVD or video clips to various video and audio file formats?
Total Media Converter for Mac is a multifunctional Media Converter for Mac OS that can convert DVD and video to all sorts of video and audio formats including AVI, FLV, MKV, MP4, 3GP, M2TS, MOD, WMV, M4V, MP3, WMA, WAV, etc.
This powerful media converter for Mac can both rip DVD and convert video files to any popular video/audio format which can be saved onto your hard drive or played on portable players such as iPod (iPod touch, iPod classic, and iPod nano), iPhone, iPhone 3G, PSP, BlackBerry Storm, PS3, Apple TV, and many more.
Step-by-step Guide to Convert DVD and Video on Mac.
Step1. Add DVD or video files.
Download and install Total Media Converter for Mac.
ADD DVD: Insert your DVD disc into DVD drive, then run the software, click the 'Add DVD' button to import from a DVD. You can also load DVD folders from your hard drive by clicking 'Add IFO'. DVD folders files name may appear as 'Video_TS'.
ADD VIDEO: Click the 'Add video' button to import video files. Total Media for Mac supports batch conversion, so you can import and multiple video files and convert them all at the same time.
Step2. Rip DVD and convert video with Total Media Converter for Mac.
Click the “Profile” drop-down list to select the format you prefer for each added file. Choose an output format that support your mobile device. If you don’t know what formats your device supports, you can just select the format according to the device name.
Convert your media quickly and easily using the default settings, or optionally customize the video and audio output. To adjust settings click the “Settings” button and you will be able to set resolution, frame rate, video bit rate, audio bit rate, sample, etc. You can use different profiles for the added video files to save time.
Step3. Click 'START' to begin the conversion.
Tip: If you want to merge multiple DVD segments or video clips into one output file, select 'Merge into one file' before you click 'START'.
How to edit Video files, crop DVD movies, merge files, trim Video files on Mac?
If you want to cut the black edges off your video, you can click the “Crop” button to open the crop panel. There is a frame in dashed line around the movie video; you can drag it to cut off the sides you don’t want. You can also type in values in the four Crop value boxes to crop your video more accurately.
If you want to join several video files into one single file, on the main interface, tick the check box “Merge into one file”, and you will only get one output file instead of multiple files.
This Mac DVD/Video file converter provides rich video editing functions, you can click the “” button and customize the brightness, saturation, contrast; volume, etc on the Effect panel. You can even apply special effects such as “Emboss”, “Negative”, “Old film” and “Gray” by selecting a special effect from its drop-down list. If you want to remove the original audio, you can convert your video with 0% volume.
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