Part 1: How to Use Videolan VLC to Rip DVD Movie on macOS. At the Windows 8 start screen, type VLC. Choose the view option. Insert your DVD into your DVD drive on your.
|This page describes how to create a video file from a DVD using VLC.||Other 'how to' pages|
- I use the CD/DVD so infrequently, that today when I had to make a duplicate of an old home movie DVD, I discovered the eject button no longer works. It's a Mac keyboard, El Capitan and a Mac Mini, and an 8 year old DVD burner that works fine (It's actually firewire to lightning) re: burning or playing.
- Buy an external DVD drive if necessary. If you have a computer which doesn't include a DVD drive, you'll need to buy an external USB DVD drive and attach it to your computer before you can rip a DVD in VLC. If you're using a Mac, you'll most likely need to buy a DVD drive which includes a Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) adapter.
You can use VLC to rip a 'raw' video file from a DVD, or you can use VLC to create a condensed 'transcoded' video file from a DVD. This page mostly deals with using it to rip a raw video file from the command line.
Here is an example. You'll need to type this at the command prompt (windows) or terminal (linux), all on one line.
This is how to rip the 'raw' video from a DVD, assuming you want to rip your DVD's title
1 to filename
dvdout.mpg, from drive
vlc://quit at the end just tells it to exit after ripping. You can also add a
--qt-start-minimized, if desired.
Note that the above doesn't do any transcoding on the video stream, it just basically dumps a verbatim copy to your hard drive. In comparison with other ripping programs, this is sometimes lacking a few frames from the original (up to 10), but is typically pretty accurate. If you want one that is even more accurate, use MPlayer's dumpstream or makemkv.
You may have some luck ripping the DVD from the GUI, as well, though this is a bit tricky . See also note at bottom. Using the GUI may help if you want to both rip and transcode simultaneously, as the above commands only do a raw copy. Recommend using HandBrake if you want to do transcoding too.
|If you use the GUI you will need to name your output filename with the correct extension for your mux type or VLC will silently ignore your request to convert the stream on the DVD, and just display the video instead. Silently, mind you. (If it is working right it won't show you a video by default).|
You will also need to check the 'no DVD menus' option, which instructs it to use
dvdsimple:// instead of
dvd:// which loops back to the main menu after playing the title.
If it stops halfway through, cleaning your disc might help. If it still fails half-way through, it may work better to use
dvd:// (in the GUI, that's not check 'no DVD menus') instead of
dvdsimple:// but this is probably not a good option as it never stops but loops back to the main menu forever so you will have to stop it manually by monitoring it. Recommend MPlayer's dumpstream in this case.
It might also help to set the caching value either higher or to
0 (in the GUI: under advanced options).
OS X example (you may be able to use
dvdsimple:///Volumes/volumeName as well).
HandBrake is a free user friendly open source tool for ripping DVD's and simultaneously transcoding (condensing) the output file. It uses VLC by default for ripping if installed on OS X. For windows users handbrake can also use VLC's libdvdcss if you first install it.
MPlayer is another excellent option for ripping a raw mpeg stream from a DVD. See wikibook instructions for it.
MakeMKV is also good for ripping DVD or blu-ray to a raw mpeg file. To select specific titles, count down from the top of the checked title options. The first one at the top is 'title 1.' After ripping, you could then convert it (to condense/transcode it) by using handbrake or VLC.
If you want to convert makemkv's output to an mpeg file (mpeg-ts) then you could use tsmuxer. OS X users will need a special version of tsmuxer, however.
ddrescue and vobcopy
Some DVDs have bad sectors as a copy protection mechanism, which makes some tools choke. However, ddrescue can rip copy-protected DVDs to iso files like this:
/dev/disk2 for your DVD drive).
Once that's done, eject the DVD and run
to decrypt the main feature movie.iso into a VOB file. HandBrake can then be used to transcode the vob file if desired.
Part 1: How to Use Videolan VLC to Rip DVD Movie on macOS
Although VLC is more famous for playing DVDs and videos, but the version after 0.9.6 can rip movie from DVD on Mac and PC as well. Before following the guide below on how to rip DVD on Mac with VLC, go to VLC official site and free download VLC for Mac latest version and get it installed. It runs on 64-bit Mac running on OS X 10.6 or later. 49.6 MB is required to store the DMG file of VLC 3.0.11. Here we take converting DVD to MP4 on Mac with VLC as an example.
Step 1: Insert the DVD you want to rip onto your Mac and launch VLC media player, click on 'File' at the top left corner of the main window, then choose 'Open Disc..' button.
Step 2: Hit 'Open VIDEO_TS / BDMV folder' tab to load the movie file after the Open Source appears.
* ISO Image or VIDEO_TS folder is also supported by VLC as the input format for further movie ripping.
* If you don't want any DVD menus, just disable disc menus box to skip them.
* To rip a commercial DVD on Mac OS, please make sure to set VLC to skip the DVD title, or else, it'll just keep recording the menu video over and over again, or turn to professional DVD decoder that can tackle the copy protected DVDs.
Minecraft alpha download free mac. Step 3: Check the 'Streaming/Saving' box to enable the Setting option.
Step 4: Click 'Save as File' > hit 'Browse' button to choose destination folder.
Step 5: Tap 'OK' to start ripping DVD with Mac VLC player. After a few minutes, you can get the converted file and play on your mobile devices.
Tips: After the DVD ripping on Mac with VLC, you can copy the movie file to iPhone iPad Android mobile phones tablets with iTunes or its alternative like
MacX MediaTrans for much convenient watching. You are also allowed to backup iPhone file to Mac to expand storage without removing data if your device has no enough free space for the DVD movies.
See also: How to rip DVD with Handbrake
Common problems with ripping DVD on Mac using VLC
1. VLC player crashes when ripping dvd.
2. VLC pops up error message 'Your input can't be opened'.
3. VLC has stopped working during DVD copy process on Mac.
4. It's too long for VLC to rip a full length DVD.
5. VLC rips DVD with no sound.
6. VLC cannot cope with copy protected DVDs and it's advised to remove DVD copy protection beforehand.
7. VLC eats up your CPU usage up to 96% or even higher. That would retard your DVD ripping speed, as well as increase burden on other tasks running on your desktop. That's not the end. It would also ruin your CPU processor since the CPU temperature has been driven to 75C or even higher.
For Advanced Users:
For mid-pro or expert users, you might need more settings to reach your specific goals. Fortunately, VLC does possess some sophisticated settings for you to customize your DVD conversion quality, speed, size, etc. Go ahead if needed.
1. Adjust VLC Preferences Settings.
1.1. Video Deinterlace: the default setting of 'Video Deinterlace' is off. If you wanna your output DVD file with progressive scanning, tap 'Preference' > access to 'Video' > manually change Deinterlace into 'On'. Plus, it also offers you with deinterlace mode e.g., Discard, Blend, Mean, Linear, Film NTSC(IVTC), etc.
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1.2. Hardware Acceleration: It's officially claimed that VLC supports hardware decoding with 'Video Decode Acceleration Framework (VDA)'. However, its default setting is 'Automatic', which actually doesn't go into action in real DVD ripping. Though the positive influence of hardware decoding is quite limited, it would be a little bit better to quicken your DVD conversion speed. After all, something is better than nothing. Hence, you're suggested to set up HW Accel. to VDA.
2. Edit Selected Profile.
2.1. Encapsulation: normally, MP4 might be your primary choice due to its wider compatibility. Yet, there are still other great video formats available if you know one or two about them. AVI wins a wide wave of popularity because of its high quality and multiple subtitles/audio tracks supported. OGG dwarfs others with high compression efficiency. MPEG 1 overshadows others thanks to its remarkably high quality. Hence, if you wanna keep as high quality as possible, AVI and MPEG 1 are worth your consideration (VLC can support them for playback on macOS). In case output video uploading is the target, OGG sounds great.
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2.2. Video Codec:
Video: H264 is at the top of your priority list. The supported video codec list is not ended here, AVI, MPEG-4, MPEG-1, MPEG-TS, OGG, QuickTime also included.
Bit rate: it enables you to choose bit rate from 16kbps to 3072kbps. You can freely adjust it at your disposal.