Copy DVD to iPhone, Blu-ray to iPhone with high-quality video using the versatile iPhone DVD copying software. Move DVD movies to iPhone 5, 4S/4, 3Gs/3G or 2G now.
How to copy DVD to iPhone? (Mac, Windows)
iPhone is the best iPod for playing videos. Its LCD screen plus the excellent battery life up to 7-hour video playback give you great experience for watching movies and TV shows on the go.
Own many DVDs and download some favourite video clips, and would like to create your iPhone video library right now? This tutorial will show you the best way for copying DVD disc to iPhone.
Also read: How to convert video clips from AVI, MPEG, MOV, WMV, Rm, DivX, VOB to iPhone?
What software you need
1. iPhone software: iTunes 7.3 or later.
2. iPhone Converter Suite (free download): Includes both tools mentioned below.
DVD to iPhone Converter: From the program's name, you can learn it is able to move DVD movies to your iPhone, even copy DVD to iPad, iPod and Apple TV.
iPhone Video Converter: Be dedicated to moving all popular video formats like HD movies, WMV, AVI, MPEG, MOV, ASF, RM, MKV, RMVB, DVR-MS, FLV, VOB to iPhone.
What formats iPhone can play
1. iPhone Video formats supported: H.264 up to 1080p, 30 frames per second, AAC-LC audio up to 48kHz, 160Kbps, stereo audio in .mp4, .m4v and .mov file. MPEG-4 video up to 2.5Mbps, 640x480, 30fps, simple profile with AAC-LC audio up to 160Kbps per channel, 48kHz in m4v, mov and mp4 file formats.
Notice: 960x640 is the native resolution of the iPhone screen and this is the best video size to encode your videos to. 1136x640 is the iPhone 5's native resolution. The iPhone also accepts 1920x1280-pixel resolution video without the need to convert it but it will have to down-convert it to get it to fit on the screen. That’s just a waste of processing power. Much better to encode the video to the right resolution to start with and save as much battery power as you can.
2. iPhone audio formats supported: MP3, MP3 VBR, AAc, Audible, Apple Lossless, AIFF, and WAV from 20Hz to 20,000Hz.
Steps for copying a DVD to an iPhone
Install the iPhone DVD software, start it up and click on 'Open DVD' icon if the DVD you wish to copy doesn't load in automatically. Browse for the DVD drive, click 'OK' button.
When DVD menu (like 'play', 'scene', 'set up') appears on the preview window, click on the 'play' link. After a while, 'Ready to record video' window is opened. If you would like to rip DVD movie using the default settings, just enter the output file name, choose the output quality and the start point and hit the 'Yes' icon to start copying. It is the easiest way.
Defalut profile for iPhone
Profile: iPhone (960x640) MPEG-4 Movie (.mp4);
Resize: Keep original aspect ratio;
Crop: No crop;
Output Folder: C:\ConverterOutput\;
Video Encoder: MPEG-4;
Video Bitrate: 1000kbps;
Frame Rate: 29.97 fps;
Video Size: 960x640 pixels;
Disable Video: No;
Audio Encoder: AAC (Advanced Audio Codec)'
Audio Bitrate: 56Kbps;
Sample Rate: 48000Hz;
Disable Audio: No;
Language/Subtitle: DVD default.
If you want to choose other video codecs (such as H.264), other profiles (for iPod video, MP3) or check more parameters before ripping, just hit 'No' icon.
Set the subtitle and audio track (optional): Click 'Setting' Menu at the top of the main window, select the related options. You can also set this according to the DVD menu on the preview window.
Choose different target formats from 'Profile' entry: The iPhone software supports copying DVD to iPhone/iPod and ripping DVD audio to MP3.
Customize your profile: Let's take iPhone for example. Adjust various parameters from 'Audio/Video Output Settings' Window. Here, you can change video encoder to 'H.264'.
The final thing you need to do is to click on the 'Convert' button to rip.
Only need to rip a chapter or some DVD chapters? No problem. Click on the 'Batch' icon at the top of the main window, enable the check box for wanted chapter(s) and title(s).
After the first DVD to iPhone copying is done, load the result video file from your C:\ConvertOutput\ folder into iTunes or QuickTime just to make sure it works correctly. If it works here, it should work on the iPhone.
Now all you need to do is that Sync up your videos to iPhone using iTunes, and you should be able to watch your movies on the go with the nice wide screen.
The steps to copy a DVD to an iPhone is just so easy!