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Ripping DVD with MacX DVD Ripper Pro Streamer Edition (Exclusive Giveaway)

Posted In Multimedia, Video tools - By Techtiplib on Thursday, April 26th, 2012 With No Comments »

It consists of two parts, MacX DVD Ripper Pro and Air Playit for you to rip any DVD to MP4, H.264, AVI, FLV, MOV, MPEG-2, MKV that compatible with iOS and Android devices. Then you may use Air Playit to stream the ripped video from computer to iPhone, iPad, iTouch and Android phone via WiFi, 3G or 4G networks.

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How to Rip DVD to iPhone, iPad, Android Supported Video Audio Format

Step 1. Load DVD Movies or DVD Folder. Click “Disc” button to import the DVD files after you insert the DVD disc you want to rip. You can also load DVD folder by clicking “DVD Path” button.

Step 2. Choose the output video/audio format. Select the output video or audio format you desire. You could choose the video formats and portable devices as you need, such as MP4, FLV, AVI, MPEG, MOV, iPhone, iPad, iPod, etc.

Step 3. Select Output Folder. Specify an output folder on your computer to save the output files. Click the “Browse” button to choose the path where you want to save the output files in.

Step 4. Start Conversion. After finish the above steps, click the “Start” button to start conversion, you could view the conversion progress and are able to cancel the converting process at anytime.

How to Streaming Video Audio to iPhone iPad Android via WiFi, 3G, 4G Network

Step 1. Run the server on your computer. Click “Shared Folder” to import the video ripped by MacX DVD Ripper Pro.

Step 2: Launch the client on your iPhone, iPad or Android. It can discover the server by itself. Find the video folder as you set on the server, and find the video you want to watch. Click “Play”. You can also download it to your device directly if it is in the range of supported format. 

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