Saturday, January 4, 2014

Convert DVD to MP4 with multi-tracks on Mac (Mountain Lion and Mavericks 10.9 included)

This guide will leads you to easily get your DVD contens to MP4 format in multi-track on Mac so you can switch to the desired language during playback.
Digital Versatile Disc, referred to DVD, is an optical disk memory, which is usually used to play the standard TV-definition movies, high-quality music for storing mass data. DVD has five formats including DVD-VIDEO, DVD-ROM, DVD-R, DVD-RAM and DVD-AUDIO.

However, many portable devices such as iPod, iPhone and iPad doesn’t have a built-in DVD-ROM or DVD player, they can't play DVD movies directly and even not to speak of keeping multiple audio channels. To get DVD playable on Mac in multi-trackyou should convert DVD to multi-track MP4 format first.  

Good news now what you need is only a professional Blu-ray/DVD Ripper Pro for Mac- Pavtube ByteCopy for Mac that can help you convert DVD movies to MP4 format with multi-track easily. (Windows version: ByteCopy) It's an ideal app for you to remove the strict DVD protection and region restrictions and DVD contents to Multi-track MP4 video very quickly with great video quality.

How to rip DVD contents to MP4 with multi-track on Mac

Step1: Load DVD movies.

Launch the best DVD to multi-track MP4 converter; import DVD movies into the program. Loaded DVDs can be previewed in the right preview window.

Step 2: Choose output format

To rip DVD with multiple tracks, click the drop down box of "Format", and choose the "Multi-track MP4 (*.mp4)" profile under "Multi-track Video". This profile is designed to output videos with multiple audio tracks.

You can check the audios you want to keep and uncheck the audios you don't need. It all depends on your own choices.

Step 3: The last step you need to do is hit the "Convert" button to start the conversion of DVD content to Multi-track MP4.

When the conversion is over, just find the folder of your output videos. Then you can play and organize your DVD contents on your portable devices.

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