Posted: 12 March 2011 at 1:09am | IP Logged
iPod is becoming increasingly popular as a portable digital player, designed by Apple Incorperation. But you can only buy video or audio from iTune, causing many other resources to be wasted, like DVD, video or audio downloaded from websites.
So here I would like to share an easy and useful way to make full use of DVD in your hands. And then you can enjoy your favorite DVD anytime and everywhere.
Here is how to do that, step be step.
Step 0: Download Tipard DVD to iPod Converter[/url].
Step 1: Load DVD.
Click "Load DVD" to add your DVD contents.
Step 2: Set output video format.
Click "Profile" button from the drop-down list to select the exact output video format that is the most suitable for your iPod. You can click the "Settings" button to set parameters of your output video such as such as Resolution, Video Bitrate, Frame Rate, Audio Channels, Sample Rate, etc. to get the best video quality as you want.
Step 3: Select the output path by clicking "Browse" button from the line of destination.
Step 4: Click the "Start" button to start the conversion.
The powerful editing functions of the DVD to iPod Converter:
1: Join your selected chapters
If you want to merge several chapters into one file you can choose them and click the "Merge into one file" to do it.
2: Save your favorite picture
If you like the current image when preview video, you can use the "Snapshot" option. Just click the "Snapshot" button and the image will be saved and you can click the "Open" button next to "Snapshot" button to open your picture.
3: Set the video effect
Click "Effect" to adjust the video Brightness, Contrast, Saturation and Volume for you to get the perfect playing effect.
4: Split your video
The "Trim" function also servers as a video splitter for you to get any time-length video episode. You can set the "Start Time" and "End Time" to set the time of the clip or you can directly drag the slide bar to the accurate position.
5: How to crop off the black edges and adjust the size of video play region
By using the "Crop" function you can crop the black edge of your video and you can also drag the line around the video image to adjust the video play region to fit for your mobile devices.