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Discussion in 'iPad' started by alice82bill834, Dec 30, 2010.
hi, i have dvd. and want to rip to my ipad.
What program can do? how to do?
rip to the setting you desire (mp4 format though),
add to itunes,
sync movie to ipad
Although many like it I never got into Handbreak. I use "*********" DVD to iPad Converter. It isn't free but it seems much easier to use to me.
Edit: Well dang I don't know why they won't let me put the name in there. So let's just go with this.
Download both Mac the Ripper and Handbrake.
Use Mac the Ripper to rip DVD to the hard drive.
Use Handbrake to convert to an iPad friendly format. You can use the Apple TV setting, but if you Google Handbrake iPad, there are a few write ups on optimal settings.
If you're on Windows, use DVDFab Decrypter to rip to your hard drive then use Handbrake. I use the Universal setting on Handbrake. It's good for viewing on TVs, iPad, iPhone, Touch, etc.
You can also try RipIt in place of MTR. Both are good programs. If you use one of the nightly builds of Handbrake it has a appleTV2 setting that works well for the iPad.
Dvd to iPad
Nobody seems to have mentioned that if it is an original shop bought etc dvd, then most of these have some form of copy protection on them.
I use a program called AnyDVD. This runs in the background, and makes any dvd that is put in the drive, appear to have no copy protection on it, thus then allowing ripping etc.
I've used AnyDVD for a while and Handbrake, they are a good combination in my opinion.
Here's a link to it:
AnydvdHD to rip and handbrake is a very easy to live with solution. If you have a machine with some horsepower it will process in no time at all.
Mac the Ripper and Handbrake is a zero cost solution.