Over the past few years, I have collected hundreds of DVD discs and I want to convert them into a format that I can store them on western digital 2TB my book live duo which serves as a personal cloud to hold all of my media. Then I can stream directly to my computer with iTunes which can manage my music and video content as well as easily load them onto my iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch devices.
iTunes is criticized since it does not support importing DVD video format like always, neither does my book live duo. Then to stream DVD videos stored on my book live duo to iTunes, what you need to do is simply rip the DVD movies into a video/audio format supported by iTunes/my book live duo. After you have the files in a compatible format upload them into your iPad/iPhone/iPhone through the sync of iTunes Library. Here is how.
Today we are going to take a look at using Pavtube DVDAid for Win/Mac to handle this job. It is a clean and incredibly versatile DVD ripping tool that can remove copy protection on a DVD and rips DVDs to my book live duo. These rips can then be stored to create backups of your media and exported as iTunes ready file in one click. So are you all set? Let’s start the process now. (Read Best DVD Ripper Review: Top 5 Paid or Free DVD Ripper)
Rip DVD movies to my book live duo supported format for streaming to iTunes
Step 1. Launch the DVD to my book live duo converter and load DVD movies to the program. The clean main interface is showed below:
Step 2. Choose the MP4/M4V format for my book live duo. In the “Format” > “Common Video” column, find “M4V – MPEG-4 Video(*.m4v)” or “H.264 Video(*.mp4)” and choose it as the output format for storage on my book live duo or streaming via iTunes.
1. The Forced subtitle which I appreciate is also on the main interface and if you check this function, it could show the forced subtitles you chose in the output video.
2. If your computer have Nvidia CUDA/ATI AMD ready graphics card, you can have GPU encoding and the conversion would be faster.
Step 3. Hit the “Convert” button to start the conversion. It may take some time to finish the conversion, and with this period, I just do some housework to wait it.
When the conversion is over, just click the “Open” icon to locate the output video and then transfer the files to your my book live duo. So easy, right?
- Besides, you can also backup Blu-ray on Portable Hard Drives, upload DVD to Seagate Wireless Plus and move iTunes DRM Movies to External Hard Drive.
Step 4: Copy ripped movies from disc to iTunes Library
All that remains is to start iTunes. Choose File -> Add to Library and then select the file or folder you want to add, or drag the files into the appropriate icon. iTunes will automatically add it to your library.